Kristof Van Quathem of Covington & Burling writes:
On September 30, 2020, the French Court of Cassation (“Court”) ruled in favor of an employer that dismissed an employee because of the contents of a Facebook post (the decision is available here, in French). In particular, the employee in this case posted a photograph of a new clothing collection of the employer on a personal Facebook account. This post could be seen by the employee’s “friends”, including those who worked for competing firms.
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