California Employment Law Update

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Police Officer Had Reasonable Expectation Of Privacy In Text Messages Sent And Received On Pager

Quon v. Arch Wireless Operating Co., 529 F.3d 892 (9th Cir. 2008) Arch Wireless contracted to provide wireless text-messaging services for the City of Ontario, including its police department. Pursuant to the city’s general Computer Usage, Internet and E-mail Policy, the use of the city’s computers and other electronic equipment, networks, etc., was limited to city-related … Continue Reading

Employer’s Confidentiality Rule Violated Federal Law

Cintas Corp., 344 NLRB No. 118 (June 30, 2005) Cintas Corporation, which, among other things, designs and manufactures corporate uniforms, maintained a provision in its employee handbook stating that it honors the confidentiality of its clients, their business plans, partners, new business efforts, customers, accounting and financial matters. Included among the types of behavior that … Continue Reading

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