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NLRB says employees lawfully fired for Facebook post

USA - January 6 2014 An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently found that a non-profit center lawfully fired two employees who…

Employee did not violate the Stored Communications Act or Computer Fraud and Abuse Act by permanently deleting information from employer’s computer

USA - October 16 2013 Recently, a Washington court dismissed an employer's claims under the Stored Communications Act (SCA) and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)…

Eric M.D. Zion

NLRB Judge strikes Hooters franchise social media policy

USA - June 16 2014 An Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) for the National Labor Relations Board recently ruled that a Hooters franchise unlawfully fired a waitress who…

Considerations for employers before starting workplace wellness programs

USA - March 19 2014 Employers who implement wellness programs for their employees should be aware that the gathering of information for the programs may raise privacy…

Employer’s access of employee’s cell phone did not violate the Stored Communications Act

USA - January 3 2013 The Fifth Circuit held that an employee's cell phone was not covered under the Stored Communications Act and therefore her employer did not violate the…

Eric M.D. Zion