Month: January 2018

New Federal Court Rules RE: Social Media Evidence

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The Federal Rules of Evidence, just like the world, are ever changing and adapting. In an attempt to keep up with said changes, lawyers are forced to do hours and hours of research, just to ensure that the case breaking evidence they have obtained is going to be admitted. One area of particular concern is … Continue reading

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Libel and Social Media

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Have you ever shared a post on Facebook without fact-checking your sources first? Perhaps you were quick to share information on a celebrity’s “pregnancy” from an obscure website you’ve never heard of before, or perhaps you shared your friend’s post stating that their wedding photographer was a scam, when in reality your friend didn’t read … Continue reading

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