NFL Player Must Tackle Common Privacy Pratfall In ESPN Suit

Law360, New York (February 26, 2016, 11:02 PM EST) -- New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul will attempt to use a broad Florida medical disclosure law to hold ESPN and one of its reporters liable for tweeting a photo of his medical records, but he must clear a hurdle that commonly trips up plaintiffs in privacy fights: proving that the disclosure of his personal information caused him any measurable harm.

In his suit filed in Florida state court Wednesday, the National Football League player alleged that ESPN reporter Adam Schefter improperly obtained his medical records...
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