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Another Warning That Your Social Media May Be Discovered and Used Against You in a Civil Lawsuit

By: Pamela A. Lee, Esquire        [email protected] If you think about it, social media is a treasure trove of information in litigation. What types of things do you post or comment on? Will it come back to haunt you in 2 or 4 or 6 years? A plaintiff’s Facebook post – and a comment from the […]

Social Media: All is Fair in Love, War and Litigation

By: Lisanne L. Mikula, Esquire [email protected] Social media has transformed our everyday lives, enabling us to connect effortlessly with others and share information at the press of a button or a swipe of a touchscreen. These virtual interactions, however, have also transformed litigation. Social media posters publish vast amounts of personal information which may give […]

Pokémon GO – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By: Pamela A. Lee, Esquire [email protected] Pokémon! Gotta catch’em all! These are the lyrics to the theme song all Pokémon lovers (and their parents) know so well. Kids of all ages-from ages 5 to 50-are playing the new Pokémon GO interactive virtual game on their mobile devices. Using the mobile device’s GPS system, players walk […]

Oh, Snap! Beware of the Dangers of Snapchat

By: Robert B. George, Esquire [email protected]   Word to the wise, be careful what you are posting and/or sharing on Social Media these days as it could very well come back to haunt and hurt you – including being used as evidence against you in civil and/or criminal matters. Today’s exploding Social Media is revolutionizing […]

Take this job and shove it!— NLRB’s condemnation of employer’s termination of employee for “liking” a Facebook comment critical of the employer is upheld on appeal.

Click on the below link to learn more about this court decision that shows a sign of support for the NLRB’s newly tightened stance on protecting an employee’s right to complain on social media about his or her job. Triple Play v. National Labor Relations Board Like what you see? Join our mailing list

Social Media: Careful – Your Adversary is Snooping

by Pamela A. Lee, Esquire, of DiOrio & Sereni, LLP Social media is a treasure trove of information in litigation. What types of things do you post or comment on or “like”?  You may be thinking “no worries, I’m not involved in any type of litigation.” But then, BAM!…something happens.  Now every picture you’ve posted, […]

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