Dan Lust, a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Social Media Committee, and an attorney in Goldberg Segalla’s White Plains office, discusses the role of social media investigations and protections in litigation. Dan explains the discoverability of social media, as well as New York’s recently-adopted relevancy approach to the production of information published on social media. Dan also provides his take on the ethical implications of social media, including whether contact via social media violates the ethical prohibition on contacting adverse litigants. Finally, Dan explores the nuances of Snapchat as a unilateral public forum.
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