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By now, nearly every attorney knows that information on social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter is subject to discovery. It is increasingly common for attorneys to seek discovery of social media, even in civil cases. But as attorneys grow more comfortable requesting such discovery and the courts develop a body of law for resolving social media discovery disputes, it’s worth spending some time to first think about when social media discovery really makes sense.

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