The growth of social media has added a whole new level of information that can be helpful in researching expert witnesses. An expert’s conversations on social media channels can reveal insights into their viewpoints and expertise, as well as inconsistencies or changes in perspective over time.

Gathering and analyzing information across the myriad social media channels that exist can be challenging. Thomson Reuters Expert Witness Services now offers social media intelligence from Converseon as part of its Expert Intelligence Reports.

A combination of automated and human analysis examines information from Twitter, blogs, message boards, and other social networks for patterns and insights.

This complete history of an expert’s social media interactions can be invaluable in challenging opposing experts, and complements the court documents, public records data, and other information contained in the Expert Intelligence Reports.

To read the full press release, visit ThomsonReuters.com.