Ignat v. Yum! Brands, Inc. (2013) 214 Cal.App.4th 808, 154 Cal.Rptr.3d 275 A woman who suffered from bipolar disorder filed an action against her former employer and her supervisor for invasion of privacy, alleging that while she was absent from work due to side effects of her medication, the supervisor had informed coworkers of her…
Invasion of Privacy
Posted in Invasion of Privacy on July 2, 2009
“Those who provide private entertainment venues, including the 49ers’ at NFL football games, have a substantial interest in protecting the safety of their patrons. But when the security measures substantially threaten a privacy right, courts review the policy for reasonableness.”
Posted in Invasion of Privacy on June 2, 2009
“No reasonable person would have had an expectation of privacy regarding the published material.
. . . By posting the article on myspace.com, [the plaintiff] opened the article to the public at large.”