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Social Media as Evidence in Legal-Malpractice Actions (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

October 1, 2012

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Evidence, Malpractice, Social Networking

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Summary

Should you tell a client to delete that Facebook post? Not unless you’re willing to face evidentiary sanctions, or worse, a malpractice claim.

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Ryan D. Saba
Rosen & Saba, LLP

Ryan D. Saba is a partner at Rosen-Saba, LLP. The firm emphasizes in the litigation of high-damage business and professional... Read More

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