Elizabeth Ho Sing focuses on trial litigation, assisting partners in preparing complex cases for trial. She has argued and won many motions resulting in the dismissal of claims against her clients. Elizabeth has developed a particular skill in the use of social media to enhance the defense of civil litigation, which has led to the development of critical evidence in numerous cases.
A thorough and reliable team player, Elizabeth is well regarded for her lectures on the Impact of Social Media in Litigation before high-profile groups such as the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) and the California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI), and before the CCIC regional convention regarding Early Loss Claims Management.
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Wilson Elser Presents Seminars on the Impact of Social Networking Sites on the Defense of Civil Litigation
January 27, 2011 Wilson Elser attorneys James F. Burke (Partner-White Plains) and Elizabeth D. Ho Sing (Associate-White Plains) recently presented their seminar on the Impact of Social Networking Sites on the Defense of Civil Litigation at the annual conventions for both the California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI) and the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS).
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