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Jevon Bindman Authors "Social Media Evidence" Chapter for Minnesota CLE's Evidence Deskbook

October 25, 2018

Jevon Bindman authored a chapter update for Minnesota CLE's Evidence Deskbook, titled "Social Media Evidence." The 2018 update to the Evidence Deskbook goes beyond the evidence rules to provide thorough explanation and examination of the evidentiary concepts that guide court cases. Written by many of Minnesota's most distinguished civil, criminal, and appellate practitioners as well as both federal and Minnesota state court judges, this essential Deskbook includes comprehensive case law analysis, alongside practice-based insights and practice tips from the authors. For the "Social Media Evidence" chapter, Jevon discusses how social media is used as evidence in litigation and how it is handled by courts under traditional evidentiary rules relating to best evidence, authentication, and hearsay.

Jevon is a member of Maslon's Litigation Group, focusing his work primarily on construction litigation as well as government and internal investigations. He has significant experience in all stages of pre-trial civil litigation, including leveraging written discovery and deposition testimony to improve settlement position, and drafting successful dispositive motions to avoid trial risks. Jevon also has trial practice experience, having taken complex construction matters to jury verdict.

For more information, go to: Minnesota CLE – Evidence Deskbook.


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