Briggs Attorney Discusses E-mails in the Workplace

Print PDFShare
January 12, 2011

Briggs and Morgan shareholder David Schooler discusses the ethics and rules regarding company e-mail policies in the Minnesota Lawyer article, “Electronic Privacy Concerns in the Workplace.”

A member of Briggs’ Employment, Benefits and Labor section, Schooler’s experience includes more than 30 first-chair jury trials to-verdict in employment litigation, shareholder litigation, and officer and director litigation. He represents numerous Fortune 1000 companies as litigation panel counsel in Minnesota and defends companies of all sizes against fundamental challenges to their businesses in courts and arbitration proceedings.

Briggs and Morgan, Professional Association, is a trusted name in business law and litigation services. With offices in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, the firm has more than 185 attorneys committed to providing superior client service and sound legal counsel to clients nationwide. Briggs and Morgan ranks among The NLJ 250 as one of the nation's largest firms and has received numerous accolades, including recognition by Corporate Counsel and top clients as a "Go-To Law Firm®" in the areas litigation, corporate transactions, corporate governance, and labor and employment. The firm and its attorneys also have been selected for publication in The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA. Briggs is a founding member of Lex Mundi, the world's leading association of independent law firms, and serves as the exclusive member firm for Minnesota. For more information, visit www.briggs.com.