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Elliott Wilcox

FYI, at least one other state has said that mining metadata is "unprofessional." The Florida Bar wants to regulations that would subject any lawyer to discipline for mining metadata from opposing counsel's documents.

Not sure if other states will follow in Florida's footsteps or not, but thought you'd be interested.

Best wishes for courtroom success,

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I wrote about the Florida Bar's actions here.

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