Jason Wadden quoted in "Eggplants, peaches and champagne: gleaning evidence from social media", Canadian Lawyer
Excerpt from "Eggplants, peaches and champagne: gleaning evidence from social media", by Elizabeth Raymer, Canadian Lawyer:
"Can sending [an emoji] to someone via text or email, or on social media, form the basis for a sexual harassment complaint, asked Jason Wadden of Goodmans LLP in Toronto, during a panel presentation on obtaining evidence via social media, part of the Institute’s Civil Litigation session on surviving and thriving in the age of digital litigation.
Indeed, said Wadden, last year an Israeli court found that a string of emojis that included a champagne bottle, sent by text message, suggested a rental agreement, and fined the prospective tenants who withdrew from negotiations."
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