Matrimonial practice featured in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Judith E. White, a partner in Lee Anav Chung White Kim Ruger & Richter LLP’s matrimonial practice, moderated a continuing legal education seminar titled “Social Media and Divorce: Perspectives from the Bench and Bar” hosted by the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association and the New York Women’s Bar Association at the New York office. Panelists included Aimee L. Richter, fellow matrimonial practice partner, Carrie Anne Cavallo, president of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association, and two judges, Hon. Rachael Adams from Brooklyn Supreme Court and Hon. Michael L. Katz from Manhattan Supreme Court.

From left: Judith E. White; Carrie Anne Cavallo, president of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association; Hon. Rachel A. Adams, Brooklyn Supreme Court, Matrimonial Term; Hon. Michael L. Katz, Manhattan Supreme Court, Matrimonial Term; and Aimee Richter, immediate past president of the Brooklyn Bar Association. Photo courtesy of Carrie Anne Cavallo

Brooklyn Daily Eagle covered this panel and published, “When ‘likes’ turn sour: divorce in the age of social media.”

“As little as three or four years ago, it was special to get a photo in from Facebook — or even a text,” Richter said to Brooklyn Daily Eagle’s reporter. “Now you can serve a summons on a Facebook page.”

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