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Lessons in Social Media from the Third DCA

By March 3, 2014

By Steve Silverman Last week, the Third DCA’s opinion in Gulliver Schools, Inc. v. Snay served as a lesson to the Facebook generation to once again think before posting.  The former Gulliver headmaster sued the school for wrongful termination and the parties reached a settlement whereby Snay was to receive $10,000 …

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Social Media in Litigation Part II

By January 24, 2013

By Steve Silverman Last week I blogged about how social media is impacting businesses in litigation and discovery.  This week, let’s look at the issue of employees and how their social media usage can impact discovery in litigation.  The social media opportunities are seemingly endless: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and …

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Social Media in Litigation: What Businesses Should Know

By January 17, 2013

By Steve I. Silverman Monday’s DBR featured an article about social media and the evidence that it might create.  Social media is proving to be a hot source for evidence in litigation.  My partner, Jason Marks, previously blogged about using social media in the family law context on the Kluger …

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