Category Archives: Privacy

Law in a Minute: Evidence of Applicant or Employee Convictions in Employment Decisions

I spoke this morning at a roundtable discussion regarding the use of criminal record information obtained through background checks and also data privacy and security at a Human Resources Committee roundtable hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies of … Continue reading

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The Spotlight on Employee Privacy

In the past week, there have been two notable cases in which employee privacy played a central role:  NASA v. Nelson, addressing the right to privacy related to an employee’s background information, and Holmes v. Petrovich Development Company, LLC, dealing … Continue reading

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Top 10 Employment Law Cases and Developments of 2010 – Part Two

Returning to the top ten employment law cases and developments of 2010… 8. Privacy – The Supreme Court held in City of Ontario v. Quon that the search of a police officer’s text messages sent on his government-issued pager did … Continue reading

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Employment & the Law Blog

Just a quick note to introduce myself and this blog. My name is Ashley Kasarjian and I am the publisher of this blog. I am an attorney at Snell & Wilmer, L.L.P and am licensed in Arizona. The purpose of this … Continue reading

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