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Divorce in the Age of Facebook: We Don't Have to Fight (Family Law Cases)

Divorce in the Age of Facebook: We Don't Have to Fight (Family Law Cases) 150 150 Jason Krause

Divorce is always a messy proposition. As discussed this week, Facebook and social media have blown up family law cases and made a contentious process even more volatile. The most spectacular recent case in this regard is perhaps a Connecticut divorce in which the husband and wife were ordered to exchange passwords so they could…

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2011 Case Law Review: Social Media Discovery Grows Up

2011 Case Law Review: Social Media Discovery Grows Up 150 150 Jason Krause

A decade ago the Zubulake case forced the legal profession to take email seriously in litigation. At that time, many lawyers still purposely avoided collecting electronic records for litigation because it was too much of a hassle. Oddly, there are lawyers today that operate under the assumption social media is an unsettled matter that can…

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