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NEW YORK, Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Canon Business Process Services (Canon) announces an upcoming webcast, "The Role of Social Media Evidence in Product Liability Litigation," scheduled for September 25 at 1 p.m.2 p.m. EST.

The webcast focuses on how, in today's litigation environment, social media content can have a significant effect on a case. Product liability cases, whether involving prescribed drugs or medical devices, automobile or other product defects, are as susceptible to the use of social media evidence as any other case.

In product liability cases, the plaintiff's social media posts might be used as evidence, as might be the company's social media posts (or lack thereof).

Because social media evidence may be critical to a case, understanding how to properly access, preserve, and admit this evidence may mean the difference between winning and losing.

The webcast, presented by Canon and Bloomberg BNA will address topics that include:

  • The value of social media evidence in medical product liability cases
  • How to collect and gain access to social media evidence
  • The practice rules governing authentication and admissibility

Register HERE and learn more about the topic, speakers and CLE credits.    

About Canon Business Process Services (Canon) 
Canon helps clients enable business agility and digital transformation as well as lead an increasingly evolving workforce. We solve these challenges by leveraging our experienced team backed by Six Sigma expertise and best-in-class technology. With professionals across the US and in the Philippines, we have been named a Global Outsourcing 100 Leader in 2018 by IAOP for the twelfth straight year. Canon Business Process Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc. Learn more at and follow us on Twitter @CanonBPO.

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