- Created: Monday, 09 March 2015 16:27
by Natalie Lorenz, Associate
Employers often wonder: Can they look at an employee’s emails? Record an employee’s calls? Go through an employee’s desk?
To answer these questions, employment law attorneys first must determine which laws might apply in a particular situation. In Illinois, attorneys would consider at least the following: (1) the Constitution, (2) the Federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (“ECPA”), (3) the Illinois Eavesdropping Law, and (4) the common law tort of “intrusion upon seclusion.”