August 26, 2011

Dena B. Calo and Alexander L. D’Jamoos Published in the New Jersey Labor and Employment Law Quarterly

Associate Alexander L. D’Jamoos wrote and Counsel Dena B. Calo edited an article entitled “The Difference between a Postcard and a Sealed Letter: Can Employees Preserve the Attorney-Client Privilege When Using a Work Computer to Communicate With Their Attorney?” which was published in the August 2011 issue of the New Jersey Labor and Employment Law Quarterly, a publication of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and is reprinted here with permission. Click here to read the August issue of the New Jersey Labor and Employment Law Quarterly.