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Based on its post-IPO performance, the value of Facebook might have been significantly overstated by its overly optimistic investment bankers.

And based on the assessments of a broker and two major carriers that write the coverage, the predicted massive impact of social media on Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) claims may also have been overstated.

While some observers expected the industry to be dealing by now with a barrage of claims stemming from social-media misdeeds, the market has not seen much, if any, social media-related EPLI activity.

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