Winchell v. Lopiccolo, —N.Y.S.2d—, 2012 WL 5933033 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Oct. 19, 2012)

Key Insight: Where Plaintiff alleged brain trauma and impaired cognitive functioning and Defendants therefore sought unfettered access to Plaintiff?s Facebook page ?for the purpose of discovering what it reveals about Plaintiff?s ?ability to portray cognitive function?? (Defendants asserted that even the layout of the page would demonstrate cognitive function), the court denied the motion upon finding the request was overbroad

Nature of Case: Claims related to injuries resulting from auto accident

Electronic Data Involved: Social Network contents (Facebook)

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