Caroline Marino


  • Where An Employee's Right Of Privacy In Electronic Communications Ends And The Employer's Right To Access Begins
    Monday, September 1, 2008
    Consider this scenario: your company purchases and distributes BlackBerries to its employees. The devices operate on the company's service plan with a third-party provider. A few months later, a female employee complains that a male employee has been sending her and other female employees harassing, offensive messages from his BlackBerry. You review the...
  • Sunday, July 1, 2007
    It's five o'clock on a Friday afternoon. You just finished surprising the CEO with the unpleasant news that the company had been fined $1.7 million in sanctions after accidentally serving inconsistent discovery responses across different jurisdictions in multistate litigation. Coat and briefcase in hand, you're heading out the door for a much-needed weekend...