Legal Guides for Privacy
Written by attorney Theodore Kobus, over 2 years ago.
Many of these will seem like common sense, but there are a number of organizations who still do not recognize the importance of each of these. Build these principles into your organization'... more
Written by attorney Douglas M Larsen, almost 2 years ago.
The governor signed AB 1844. It prohibits an employer from asking or requiring an applicant or employee to:
Divulge a social mediausernameor password;
Access social media in the presence... more
Written by attorney Scott Hughes, almost 2 years ago.
Private individuals as well as public figures may sue others when there is a substantial danger to his or her reputation as a result of anothers written or spoken defamation.
Written by attorney Elizabeth Ison, almost 3 years ago.
In City of Ontario v. Quon, the United States Supreme Court found an employer had the right to review transcripts of text messages sent and received on the pager issued to its employee.The... more
Written by attorney Wadi F Muhaisen, over 2 years ago.
"My coworker was recently fired for sending email messages with sexually explicit content to women in the office. He was terminated but now the company says that it's going to... more
Written by attorney Robert Lee, almost 2 years ago.
www.TheMiamiDefender.com "Is it unreasonable for an officer to stop me on the street and request to search my luggage or person absent probable cause?" That depends: The US Supreme Court... more
Written by attorney Charles Schierer, almost 2 years ago.
Dealing with the police can be a dangerous and frightening interaction. Things you say and do in these encounters can have a lasting impact on your life. So, be prepared. Please read the... more
Written by attorney Matthew Lapointe, about 2 years ago.
Small medical practices who think they dont need to worry about HIPAA privacy and security compliance had better think again.On April 17, 2012, the United States Department of Health and... more
Written by attorney Angelo Campano, over 2 years ago.
California is very protective of the rights of its citizens. Oneis a rightto privacy when speaking on the phone;however, like many laws, there are exceptions so do not assume all calls are... more
Written by attorney Gladys E. Wiles, about 2 years ago.
SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY - Hmmm, does it matter?
Acting General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board addressed the impact of social media, and has addressed several cases across the... more