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Discovery of Plaintiff's Social-Networking Profile

An employer facing litigation brought by a current or former employee often has good reason to seek discovery of the plaintiff-employee's Facebook posts. For example, an employee who alleges that she was subject to an unlawful hostile work environment in violation of Title VII must show not only...

Court grants access to plaintiff's social media in discrimination case

Many times on this blog (e.g., here , here , and here ), I've discussed the discovery of a plaintiff's social media information in pending litigation. More often than not, these issues arise in personal injury actions where the defendant believes that the plaintiff's injury isn't as a...