by Bivonas Law LLP in Business, Employment
The case of Bărbulescu v Romania created a lot of media hype with headlines such as “Big Brother or Big Boss?” and “Bosses free to spy on emails” . So does this case really mean that employers now have free reign to access their employees' private messages? In short, no.
by John Bechelet in News, Regulatory
The Tennessee Supreme Court suspended Ms Yarboro Sallee for a year after she billed clients for the time she spent watching true crime TV shows as 'research'. This comes as a disappointment to solicitors who were intending to pass on to clients the cost time spent watching 'Making a Murderer'.
by Bivonas Law LLP in Health & Safety, Regulatory
There is a new trend in many areas of regulation to prosecute individuals as well as organisations. Given the changing climate it is important, particularly for individuals working in high-risk industries, to consider how they would obtain independent specialist legal advice and fund their defence.