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Facebook Is Not So Private
Facebook Is Not So Private

On Feb. 13, 2018, the New York Court of Appeals made it very clear in Forman v. Henkin that even materials considered “private” on Facebook can actually be subject to discovery during a litigation. The Court imposed only one limitation: these materials must be relevant to ...

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    While many people are familiar with the litigation system in our country, not everyone can say the same regarding arbitration. You might have heard ...

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