Are You Prepared For A 'Post-Fact' Jury?

Law360, New York (December 21, 2016, 1:56 AM EST) -- The media has been full of stories lately about the death of facts and the rise of “fake news.”[1] For those of you who have been on safari over the last few months, fake news refers to internet stories which purport to be valid news stories that in actuality are either completely or wholly made up.

The general thesis is that people are no longer persnickety about whether or not a story is actually true — as long as it fits into their particular system of beliefs. It also seems to be the case that even if the false claims in...

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