Quon v. Arch Wireless — A Partial Answer

22 June 2010 Publication

San Diego Daily Transcript

Foley Partner Andrew Serwin authored an article that appeared in the San Diego Daily Transcript on June 22, 2010 titled “Quon v. Arch Wireless -- a partial answer.” Serwin discusses the decision issued in Quon v. Arch Wireless and its implications for electronic monitoring in the workplace. He states that as the use of electronics systems to communicate becomes more common, employers must more frequently deal with how to monitor and ensure compliance with electronic communications policies in the workplace. Serwin notes that employers should be wary of reviewing privileged communications, adding that these issues will take on more importance in the workplace as electronic communications become more key to business.


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