Privacy in the Employment Relationship

This Note provides an overview of privacy issues in employment, which may arise in various contexts, such as background checks, drug testing, e-mail and other electronic surveillance and tracking by GPS. Invasion of privacy claims are highly fact-intensive and largely dependent on state law. This Note contains information that is general and not jurisdiction-specific.

Thomas H. Wilson, Vinson & Elkins LLP and Corey Devine with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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