Computer Fraud and Abuse Act No Help to Employer Suing Employee Who Took Proprietary Business Info

Computer Fraud and Abuse Act No Help to Employer Suing Employee Who Took Proprietary Business Info

An employer had no cause of action under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) against an employee who accessed its computer systems to misappropriate confidential and proprietary business information to start a competing business, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio has held.

Emailing an FMLA Notice to an Employee May Not Be Sufficient

Emailing an FMLA Notice to an Employee May Not Be Sufficient

You may recall my post on August 8, 2014 about the Lupyan v. Corinthian Colleges, Inc. case in which the Third Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a summary judgment in favor of the employer when the employee claimed she never received an FMLA designation letter that her employer claims it mailed to her via first class mail.