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Social Media Evidence: What You Can’t Use Won’t Help You -- Practical Considerations for Using Evidence Gathered on the Internet

by Michael R. Holt and Victoria San Pedro
“My life is an open book.” These words, used long before the advent of the Internet, sum up the impact of what is now known as “social media.” Social networking is an exploding phenomenon. It not only impacts our daily lives, but legal matters as well. And if used wisely, it provides a treasure trove of information for counsel on either side of a dispute. Thanks to sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, to name just a few, we are now privy to a limitless array of data. This includes personal comments, messages, photographs, and information such as a person’s hometown, date of birth, address, occupation, ethnicity, height, relationship status, income, and education....
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City, County and Local Government Law
Rodriguez v. Miami-Dade County: The Florida Supreme Court Clarifies Certiorari Review in Sovereign Immunity Cases
by Manu Leila Davidson and Michael L. Forte

Business Law
Florida’s New Revised LLC Act, Part III
by Louis T. M. Conti and Gregory M. Marks

Real Property, Probate and Trust Law
Understanding the Limits of and Exceptions to Intent
by Peter B. Tiernan

Books

January 2014
Volume 88, No. 1
A Civil Litigator’s Guide to the Privilege Against Self-incrimination in Florida’s State and Federal Courts by Marisa E. Rosen (Dec. 2013)

Broadening Horizons: The Unnecessary Limitations of Florida’s Collateral Crimes Jury Instructions — Kyle B. Sill and Anna Haugen (Dec. 2013)

Admissibility of High-low Agreements in Multi-defendant Litigation Michael L. Forte (Dec. 2013)

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