Conducting Informal Discovery through Social Media Sites

ABA Young Lawyers Division: Ethics and Professionalism Publications

This article takes a look at recent bar opinions that shed light on the ethical implications of using social media as a tool when conducting discovery and offers attorneys guidance on how to proceed.



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