By Cameron G. Shilling (originally published 10/17/2011)
By Cameron G. Shilling (originally published 10/7/2011)
By Cameron G. Shilling (originally published 10/5/2011)
- Employees would reasonably construe the policy or practice to restrict or prohibit concerted activity.
- The policy or practice was promulgated in response to union activity.
- The policy or practice is applied to restrict protected concerted activity.
By Cameron G. Shilling (originally published 5/20/2011)
The ECPA prohibits the interception of an electronic communication when it is in transit from sender to recipient. The SCA prohibits the unauthorized access or disclosure of electronic communications stored on certain computer systems.
By Cameron G. Shilling (originally published 5/19/2011)
In late 2010, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) challenged a company’s social media policy, charging that the company acted unlawfully by terminating an employee for engaging in alleged concerted activity on Facebook. The case settled in February 2011.