Reliance on Location Tracking Data Growing in Divorce Cases, But It's Trickier in NY

New York judges may ignore phone tracking data from services like Uber in divorce cases because of the state’s no-fault divorce law.

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New York judges may ignore phone tracking data from services like Uber in divorce cases because of the state’s no-fault divorce law.

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