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Mark A. Berman

Warning—two recent Appellate Division, First Department decisions highlight the obstacles in preventing the disclosure of electronically stored communications between a client and personal counsel, and the lack of any reasonable expectation of privacy, where such communications are transmitted using an employer’s email system or are stored on an employer-owned laptop (and which obstacles may well extend to employer-owned mobile devices or devices where the monthly service charges are paid for by the employer).

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