Published by Thompson Bukher - March 11, 2012 - Firm News

The New York Post has consulted with the firm’s Tim Bukher on a recent development in online privacy for corporate employees.

An excerpt of the article follows:

Still, Tim Bukher, an attorney at Handal & Morofsky in New York who specializes in Internet law, says that as far as online ranting goes, New York is an “at-will” employment state. As a default, an employer can fire an employee for any reason.

There are exceptions, however. Bukher offers the example of an employee who has a labor-union contract.

Access the full article here.

Tim Bukher leads the firm’s Intellectual Property and Internet & Data Practice Groups.


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