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Discovery of Facebook Content in Florida Cases

May 3, 2012 |

At least two Florida courts have issued orders permitting the discovery of Facebook content in civil actions (one is here).  This has been the subject of orders, appeals, and articles around the country.

But how exactly do you pursue social media discovery (or, conversely, protect your client from it?).

Discovery of Facebook Content in Florida Cases”  is the first article with specific examples and explanations.  It also may be enlightening for counsel who are not involved in litigation.

The article appears in the Trial Advocate Quarterly Spring 2012 edition, published by the Florida Defense Lawyers Association.  Authors are Christopher Hopkins and Tracy Segal.

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