Can you “friend” someone to get information related to litigation?
May attorneys/investigators hide their identities/purposes as part of such contact? What instruction should attorneys give their subordinates regarding such contact? Well, the rules are quite general. No lying and no contacting with represented parties starts the laundry list of being a “good boy or girl” but doesn’t exactly answer the questions.
Steven C. Bennett
Scarola Zubatov Schaffzin PLLC
- Partner in the law firm of Scarola Zubatov Schaffzin PLLC, New York City
- Practice focused on commercial litigation
- Adjunct professor, Hofstra Law School, e-discovery procedure
- Former co-chair, New York State Bar Association, E-discovery Committee
- J.D. degree, New York University School of Law
- Can be contacted at [email protected]
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