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Can You Serve Someone With a Lawsuit via Twitter?

It’s a fundamental principle of our legal system — if you’re going to sue someone, you have to put them on notice that they’re being sued. Defendants need to be given a chance to respond to accusations against them. But this requirement begs the question: What constitutes notice?

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[This article has been modified, from an original article posted by Christopher Coble, Esq. on October 13, 2016.]

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