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    Emojis Speaking Louder Than Words? The Import of Emojis, Emoticons, and Hashtags as Evidence at Trial and Beyond

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    This webinar will discuss the most recent cases dealing with emojis, the role of the hashtag in the law, and points of consideration for in-house counsel relating to emojis.

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    While emails and text messages have been common forms of evidence for the better part of two decades, emojis, emoticons and hashtags are just starting to make their way into evidence (or, maybe not) as more and more people use them as a form of expression, and in replace of actual words. As emojis continue to be increasingly used, and interpreted by the courts, it is important that lawyers be aware of their import, whether it be at trial, or in the workplace, so that they can best advise and represent their clients on issues relating to emojis. This webinar will discuss the most recent cases dealing with emojis, the role of the hashtag in the law, and points of consideration for in-house counsel relating to emojis.

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Mar 21, 2019

    2019-03-21T13:00:00-04:00 2019-03-21T14:00:00-04:00 Emojis Speaking Louder Than Words? The Import of Emojis, Emoticons, and Hashtags as Evidence at Trial and Beyond

    This webinar will discuss the most recent cases dealing with emojis, the role of the hashtag in the law, and points of consideration for in-house counsel relating to emojis.

    This program is free for law students!

    Speakers

    Kandis Kovalsky

    Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC

    Edward Kang

    Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC

    Courtney Fong

    CompTIA

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    Section of Science & Technology Law

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