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Service via Facebook? OK, says judge.
Given my own difficulties in serving the defendants in my lawsuit, I was amused to read this in the New York Law Journal. It’s clear, though, that the judge said OK to serving this divorce action on Facebook only because … Continue reading
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The statute of limitation curse bites again
An abstract from today’s New York Law Journal reinforces my oft-repeated warnings about statutes of limitations: Tower Insurance Company of New York a/s/o Maureen Mangiardi, Plaintiff v. Michael Dudkiewicz, Defendant, 31478/12 February 4, 2015 Civil Court, New York County, … Continue reading
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