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    Monday, July 12, 2010

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    Imagine how this could be useful in the dispute. Many Facebook users are connecting wall to wall, as they would face to face. Thanks for this one.

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    If all else fails and you know that the plaintiff-employee is a Facebook user who has published online content relevant to the litigation

    Eric Meyer

    Be sure to check out Part II: "How Facebook Can Make or Break Your Case: The Plaintiff's Arsenal" http://hrla.ws/eWB0R2

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