A California lawsuit is the latest example showing that when plaintiffs attorneys cannot get documents to a defendant through traditional service, social media like Twitter is becoming more of an option.

San Francisco-based Baker Curtis & Schwartz chose to send a tweet after they could not reach the defendant in an employment case. Binary Capital co-founder Jonathan Teo was told via Twitter, “You’ve been served via tweet in accordance with a Court Order.”

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