Oct 122013
 October 12, 2013  Posted by  Business, Court, U.S., Workplace

Law360.com reports:

An Ohio federal court recently found that a former Verizon Wireless employee could pursue Stored Communications Act claims alleging her supervisor read her personal emails on a company-issued BlackBerry without consent, serving as a warning that employers risk liability under the criminal statute without clear policies on personal use of company devices and use of personal devices in the office, attorneys say.

Read more on Law360.com (subscription required). The case is Lazette v. Kulmatycki (3:12-cv-02416), Northern Ohio.

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