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Waiver Of Attorney-Client Privilege Or Work Product Doctrine Through Social Media
Posted on 23 Feb 2011 by Lisa McManus

Social media provides the potential for both client and attorney to waive work-product doctrine protection and attorney-client privilege by publicly disclosing confidential information. Voluntary disclosure of the content of a privileged attorney communication... Read More

Service Of Process Through Facebook
Posted on 9 Nov 2011 by Lisa McManus

Courts are increasingly willing to accept service through Facebook and other social media platforms when other methods fail. United States Mpafe v. Mpafe , Hennepin County, MN No. 27-FA-11-3453: Authorized service of divorce proceedings on defendant... Read More

'Friending' Adverse Witnesses: When Does It Cross The Line Into Unethical Conduct?
Posted on 9 Nov 2011 by Lisa McManus

You represent the defendant in a personal injury case in which the 20-year-old plaintiff claims that she can no longer enjoy the pleasures of life and is confined to her home. During the course of examining plaintiff’s witness in deposition, the... Read More