Public Disclosure of Private Facts

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Can You Videotape Someone Else’s Conversation?

Careful about protecting the safety of his customers, A.R. Remington, owner of Fishinabarrel Gun Range, installed surveillance cameras to blanket his premises, except the restrooms. Last week while target practicing with his...more

Disclosure of Germanwings Co-pilot’s Medical Information Raises Tricky Privacy Concerns

Recent reports surrounding Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz suggest that Lubitz told his doctors he was on sick leave (or was instructed by his doctors to be on sick leave), and concealed that he was still flying for the...more

Trade Secrets Trend To Watch In 2014: Government Regulations Requiring Public Disclosure Of Proprietary Information

In the New Year, one of the trade secret trends we’re watching is the ongoing tension between a company’s interest in preserving its proprietary information and the public’s demand to know more about the goods or services it...more

Fenwick Employment Brief: Verbal Disclosure Of Private Facts Actionable

A California appellate court expanded the basis for a public disclosure of private facts claim in Ignat v. Yum! Brands, Inc....more

Fenwick Employment Brief - April 2013

In Hatai v. Dept. of Transportation, a California court of appeal upheld a trial court's decision to exclude "me too" evidence of discrimination from individuals outside of the plaintiff's protected class, but in doing so...more

Weekly Law Resume - April 12, 2013: Common Law Right of Privacy – No Requirement of Written “Publication”

Ignat v. Yum! Brands, Inc - Court of Appeal, Fourth District (March 18, 2013) - Traditionally, a common law right of privacy based on the disclosure of private facts required that there be a written “publication” of...more

Public Disclosure of Private Facts: California Court of Appeal Holds that Spoken Words Do Not Disappear Into Thin Air

In a decision surprising only because it has taken so long, on March 18, 2013, the California Court of Appeal in Ignat v. Yum! Brands, Inc., No. G046343 held that the privacy-based tort of public disclosure of private facts...more

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