Two of our readers from Minnesota, Gregory M. Duhl (Associate Professor of Law at William Mitchell College of Law) and Jaclyn Millner (of Fitch, Johnson, Larson & Held, P.A.) have recently posted a draft of an article (to be published in the Pace Law Review) on the use of social networking evidence in insurance and workers’ compensation litigation.

This area of law (and life) is becoming a force to be reckoned with, and certainly worthy of discovery in the appropriate case. As we have noted on other posts, we have been successful in getting some really damaging evidence against litigants from even their public posts on these social networking sites.

Greg and Jaclyn have provided a link, and would welcome any feedback that our readers might have.

Please click here for the link.