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Spanish Court ruling validates employee monitoring

  • Reed Smith LLP
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  • Spain
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  • January 6 2014

Spain's Constitutional Court, the Tribunal Constitucional, made a landmark ruling in the case of Pérez González v. Alcaliber S.A. In

Spanish Constitutional Court rules employer’s monitoring practice reasonable

  • Sidley Austin LLP
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  • Spain
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  • November 8 2013

In a case that may have implications across the EU, Spain's highest Constitutional Court unanimously held that a company was allowed to access and

General counsel update - 27 September 2012

  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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  • Indonesia, Myanmar, Spain, United Kingdom
  • -
  • September 27 2012

This is the 31st in our series of general counsel updates which aim to summarise major developments in key areas

General counsel update: 28 February 2012

  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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  • European Union, Hong Kong, Spain, United Kingdom
  • -
  • February 28 2012

This is the twenty-eighth in our series of General Counsel Updates which aim to summarise major developments in key areas

Monitoring at work: Spanish employer did not breach employee's right to privacy

  • Squire Patton Boggs
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  • Spain
  • -
  • February 16 2012

The Spanish Supreme Court has ruled that the dismissal of an employee for using her work computer for personal purposes was lawful

Prison sentence for employee who disclosed company secrets through his personal e-mail account

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • Spain
  • -
  • March 29 2011

The Criminal Court number 16 of Barcelona has sentenced a former employee of a multinational company to three years imprisonment for the offence of disclosing secrets

National High Court confirms fine imposed by the Spanish Data Protection Agency on a company for forwarding to its staff a court resolution without deleting personal data contained in the resolution

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • Spain
  • -
  • August 31 2010

The National High Court has confirmed a fine of 100,000 imposed by the Spanish Data Protection Agency (SDPA) on a company that forwarded to its employees a link to a court resolution referring to a dispute between the company and one of its employees without erasing the relevant employee's personal data (including sensitive data