Search Histories, Social Media Posts, Online Archives, and More
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Learn how to collect evidence from social media, blogs, podcasts, internet archives, and other websites.
Find out how to verify ownership and prove authenticity.
Discover how to avoid or get around hearsay objections opposing counsel may throw your way.
Internet Search History
Capturing Webpages as Evidence: Dos and Don'ts
Social Media and Online Forums
Dating and Reunion Sites
Articles, Blogs, and Podcasts
YouTube and Other Video Sites
Files Posted to the Web (Word Docs, PDFs, PowerPoints, Excel Spreadsheets, etc.)
How to Collect the Metadata
How to Verify Ownership and Authenticate Internet-Based Evidence
Bradley J. Kitlowski is an attorney with Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, and has litigated a variety of disputes in state and federal courts. He focuses on commercial litigation issues concerning real property disputes, including lease issues, mining and mineral rights, and oil and gas matters. Mr. Kitlowski also focuses on litigation matters pending in Orphans’ Court divisions of Pennsylvania state courts, including estate and trust litigation. He has significant background in representing financial institutions in various litigation matters, including lender liability actions. Additionally, Mr. Kitlowski has experience litigating copyright and trademark infringement issues and products liability matters. He also actively pursues pro bono opportunities, including the representation of prisoners pursuing civil rights claims in federal courts, and the representation of clients before administrative law judges on appeals from denied Social Security claims. Mr. Kitlowski currently serves as the head for the protection from abuse pro bono program for the firm’s Pittsburgh office, and manages Pittsburgh’s Project H.E.L.P. (Homeless Experience Legal Protection). He is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association and its Elder Law Committee. Mr. Kitlowski earned his B.A. degree from Cornell University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
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