» Evidentiary Challenges in Family Law - Traditional and Electronic Communications
PBI Seminar - 3 Total CLE credits, 1 of which may be applied toward Ethics
- $254 (members)
- $234 (admitted after 1/1/09)
- $274 (nonmember)
Early Registration - If you register more than 2 days before this presentation you will qualify for this Early Registration Fee: $229 (member) $209 (admitted after 1/1/09) $249 (nonmember)
Register below and mail in your check (payable to PBI) to the ECBA office or pay online through www.pbi.org.
Review the Rules of Evidence
- Learn the new federal rules of evidence as adopted by Pennsylvania
- Compare and contrast new rules with old
Analyze electronic communications
- Hear why e-mail is not a private communication
- Consider how Facebook, text messages, and Twitter can make or break your case
Understand the practical applications
- How to lay a proper foundation for introduction of electronic communication
- What is or is not hearsay
- Strategies to get your evidence admitted
Hear the latest case law
- Review Digital age cases that impact family law
- Analyze unique evidentiary issues for the family law practitioner
Focus on key ethical rules
- Consider the principles that should be followed by all family law practitioners
- Get your ethics credit!
Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.