Tag Archives: New York Supreme Court

Are Facebook and Myspace Posts Really Private?

It may seem like an invasion of privacy, but your Facebook and MySpace comments can be admissible against you in a court of law in New York.  Your privacy settings are not particularly relevant to judges who rule on admissibility. Even if your account is password protected and you have adjusted your privacy settings to… Read More »

Email Salutation Creates Legally Binding Offer to Settle, NY Sup. Ct. Rules

You can lose a great deal with the click of a send button, especially since the New York Supreme Court handed down a ruling affirming that an email salutation was sufficient to create a valid and binding offer to settle, enforceable against the defendant insurers, in Forcelli v. Gelco Corporation on July 24 2013. Despite… Read More »

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