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Work Emails Protected by Attorney-Client Privilege

07
Apr
2010

by in Criminal Defense

Stengart v. Loving Care, Inc., ? N.J. ?, 2010 N.J. LEXIS 241 (March 30, 2010) — The New Jersey Supreme Court held this week that an employee may reasonably expect that e-mail communications with her lawyer through her personal, password-protected, Web-based e-mail account would remain private, and that sending and receiving them using a company laptop did not eliminate the attorney-client privilege.

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