Freier Comments Featured in Ragan Article on Harvard E Mail Case

March 14, 2013

Harris Freier, an Associate in the Firm’s Employment Law & Litigation Practice Group, is quoted extensively in an article posted today on, a leading website aimed at corporate communicators and HR professionals. Mr. Freier discussed the legal questions raised by the recent scandal at Harvard College, where administrators searched the e-mails of 16 deans without permission; he says that employers can search emails "if they have a policy in place which states that the employer may access any such electronic communications without notice and in the discretion of the employer. " For the full article, please click here.