Mar 302010
 
 March 30, 2010  Court, Surveillance, Workplace

The Associated Press reports:

New Jersey’s Supreme Court today ruled in favor of a woman whose employer read e-mail sent on a company computer between her and her lawyer.

Before she left the Loving Care Agency and filed a discrimination lawsuit, Marina Stengart exchanged e-mails with her lawyer through her personal e-mail account. Loving Care’s attorneys retrieved the e-mails and used them in preparing to defend the lawsuit.

Read more on NJ.com.

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