Social Media Discovery in Florida After Nucci v. Target

E-discovery

Litigators and the courts continue to put heavy emphasis on social media discovery but, surprisingly, the case law has not significantly developed in Florida (or really around the country) since the 2015 case of Nucci v. Target.  However, the few cases that have arisen in the last two years are worth reviewing.

The article, Social Media Discovery in Florida After Nucci v. Target, was published by the Palm Beach Bar Association Bulletin in August 2017.

The links to the cited materials is below:

Gordon v. TGR Logistics (Wyoming, May 2017)

United States ex rel Feaster v. Dopps Chiropractic (Kansas, March 2017)

Brown v. City of Ferguson (Missouri, Jan 2017)

Baxter v. Anderson (Louisiana, Aug 2016)

Thurmond v. Bowman (New York, 2016)

Moll v. Telesector

Hogwood v. HCA Holdings (Florida, Aug 2015)

League of Women Voters v. Detzner (Florida, July 2015)

Impson v. Dixie Electric (Louisiana, April 2015)

Crowe v. Marquette (Louisiana, Jan 2015)

Ten Steps to Obtain Facebook Discovery in Florida (Trial Advocate Quarterly, 2015)

Nucci v. Target (Florida, Jan 2015)

Smith v. Hillshire (Kansas, June 2014)

Palma v. Metro PCS (Florida, April 2014)

Discovery of Facebook Content in Florida (Trial Advocate Quarterly, 2012)

Trail v. Lesko (Pennsylvania, July 2012)

Chiles v. Novartis (Florida, 2012)

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