Emails Are a Legal Minefield for Co-op and Condo Boards (NY)

A recent decision by the state’s highest court drives home a lesson every co-op and condo board member needs to heed: if you use your employer’s computer, tablet, or smart phone to communicate board business, expect zero privacy. While the state Supreme Court had already ruled that employees have no reasonable expectation of privacy in the workplace, the recent Peerenboom v. Marvel case makes it clear that employer workplace email servers transmit discoverable information. Therefore, anyone who uses them forfeits the attorney-client privilege.   Read the article…………..


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