Have you ever used your cell phone to record audio, video, or even taken a picture, without the permission of the subject of the captured image or sound? Whether one has a right to make these images, or even if [ Read More ]
Was Mark Zuckerberg right? (find out at the end of the blog)
It has become standard practice in all types of litigation for lawyers to search publicly available information on social media websites. A number of legal commentators have suggested that it is malpractice to NOT perform a search of social media [ Read More ]
Porngate, Kathleen Kane, and the Power of Resolve
Every day I read something new in the newspaper about Kathleen Kane (Pennsylvania’s elected Attorney General). Today the article I read addressed how she avoided a Senate vote to remove her from office. The State Constitution allows the Governor to [ Read More ]
Emotional Injury – What Is It and Can It Be Proven
Jane, a grandmother, while on the way to visit her grandchildren, was in a car wreck on the road her grandchildren lived. She so feared the location, she refused to visit her grandchildren for years.