Sep 022016
 September 2, 2016  Posted by  Non-U.S., Workplace

Claire Lintingre reports:

The French Supreme Court recently ruled that an employer could not rely on the report of a private detective it had hired to spy on one of its employees to obtain an injunction against him because this was a breach of the employee’s privacy and that could not be justified, however legitimate were its concerns.

Read more about the case and ruling on the National Law Review.

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