Electronic mail is either the greatest thing since sliced bread or the curse of productivity managers everywhere. Love it or loathe it, e-mail is so ubiquitous that the body of case law involving e-mail has grown to substantial proportions.

Many e-mail legal issues overlap with employment questions, especially in the privacy and harassment areas. As e-mail case law develops, it can be expected that any aspect of communication or speech crimes–such as price-fixing, extortion or conspiracy–will be touched by e-mail.

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