Tag Archives: Federal Rules of Evidence

Courts weigh in on social media discovery requests

Lawyers still making their way along the learning curve of social media evidence may struggle to find guidance from court opinions. But two recent decisions with different results offer some clues on how to narrowly focus a discovery request to ...

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Subordinate’s account of employer’s bias isn’t hearsay

A subordinate’s alleged statements concerning a decision-maker’s reasons for terminating a pregnancy discrimination plaintiff are not hearsay and therefore admissible, the 7th Circuit has ruled in reversing a summary judgment.

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