Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC (SBH) partner Daniel Ramón recently authored an article for BenefitsPRO, a leading labor and employment and employee benefits publication and ALM product. He wrote about a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling that employees do not have a statutory right to use employers’ email to engage in non-work-related communications — overruling a previous decision.
The NLRB ultimately clarified that policies against using work email for company business are generally only illegal to the extent they treat unions differently than similar outside organizations or are otherwise discriminatory.
The full article can be read at this link.
Ramón concentrates his practice in employment law and general civil litigation at the trial and appellate level. His experience covers a wide range of subject areas, including employment discrimination and retaliation lawsuits; enforcement of covenants not to compete; drafting of employee handbooks and other agreements; and complex business disputes, including those involving trade secrets, contracts, fiduciary duties, and insurance litigation. He also counsels employers on compliance with state and federal statutes.
Both Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers and Texas Super Lawyers have named Ramón a “Rising Star.”