Tag Archives: Stengart v. Loving Care Agency

Attorney-Client Privilege and Employees’ Personal Use of Employer Hardware or Software in the United States

This post was also written by┬áLucas Liben and George M. Linge. This may be one of the abiding truths of the 21st Century: the pervasiveness of modern communication technology has revolutionized how business is conducted, law is practiced, and life is lived.┬áNevertheless, courts remain protective of communications between an attorney and his or her client … Continue Reading

New Jersey High Court Limits Employer’s Right To Review Employee Emails

Lessons for Employers in a Social Media World Recently, in Stengart v. Loving Care Agency, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that an employee had a reasonable expectation of privacy in her Internet-based emails to her lawyer, despite the fact that she sent such emails from a company-owned laptop and was on notice of the … Continue Reading