On the “Wayback”: Admissibility of Internet Evidence in Trademark Cases

Hosted by DRI, The Voice of the Defense Bar* *This session is important to anyone seeking to use internet evidence, not just trademark practitioners. While the topic will be presented in part from a trademark perspective, the information discussed will reach across many practice areas.  WHEN: June 18, 2018 2:00 – 3:00 pm EDT DIAL-IN NUMBER: 1-877-873-6868 […]

Enforce Your Intellectual Property Rights More Effectively With Web Evidence

Enforce Your Intellectual Property Rights More Effectively With Web Evidence

As shoppers are increasingly gravitating online to scout out brands, products and services on marketplaces and social media, competitors and cybercriminals are increasingly taking advantage of opportunities to illegally profit from or tarnish other brands’ reputations online. Sales of knock-off products can result in lost profits and damaged reputations, and even though many online marketplaces […]

2018 e-Discovery Landscape: What You Can Expect This Next Year in Web Preservation

2018 e-Discovery Landscape: What You Can Expect This Next Year in Web Preservation

We’ve just released our 2nd annual e-Discovery Trends 2018: Web Content Collection report in order to continue to help all legal professionals not only to see how and what their colleagues are collecting, but also to improve their own preservation practices and processes. The data consists of responses from surveyed litigators within a variety of […]

Page Vault Publishes Second Annual 2018 Report on e-Discovery Trends

Page Vault Publishes Second Annual 2018 Report on e-Discovery Trends

Report highlights the latest trends on what and how litigators collect web content   CHICAGO, IL (MAY 15, 2018) – Page Vault Inc., the legal industry’s leading provider of web capture solutions, published its 2nd annual e-Discovery Trends 2018: Web Content Collection, a report sharing the latest web content preservation trends identified by top litigators […]

Why You Must Collect Online Evidence Before Sending a Cease and Desist Letter

Why You Must Collect Online Evidence Before Sending a Cease and Desist Letter

Whether you’re documenting infringing intellectual property activity online or collecting social media pictures and posts relevant to a fraudulent insurance claim, having the right electronically-stored evidence (ESI) can help bolster your case. This is because cases often hinge on the quality and availability of the ESI you collect. Parties that are made aware of apparent […]

How Using a Web Collection Specialist Can Overcome Facebook’s Dreaded Motion to Quash Civil Subpoenas

How Using a Web Collection Specialist Can Overcome Facebook’s Dreaded Motion to Quash Civil Subpoenas

In today’s social media age, Facebook and other social media platforms are quickly becoming invaluable repositories of discoverable data for attorneys. Subpoenaing Facebook to retrieve this data in a civil case, however, is not an easy task, mainly because Facebook and other social media companies rely on the Stored Communications Act (SCA) to quash civil […]