Employee’s Claims Against Employer for Unauthorized Use of Social Media Accounts Move Forward–Maremont v. SF Design Group

29 05 2012

[Post by Venkat Balasubramani]

Maremont v. Susan Fredman Design Group, Ltd., et al., 10 C 7811 (N.D. Ill.; Dec. 7, 2011)

I blogged about a case earlier this year where a plaintiff sued her former employer for improperly accessing the plaintiff’s social media accounts. (Here’s my earlier post on the case: “Employee’s Twitter and Facebook Impersonation Claims Against Employer Move Forward.”) I thought the case was dismissed due to plaintiff’s inaction, but it looks like the case is still trudging along.

Related posts:

Employee’s Twitter and Facebook Impersonation Claims Against Employer Move Forward
Courts Says Employer’s Lawsuit Against Ex-Employee Over Retention and Use of Twitter Account can Proceed–PhoneDog v. Kravitz
Ex-Employee Converted Social Media/Website Passwords by Keeping Them From Her Employer–Ardis Health v. Nankivell.
Court Declines to Dismiss or Transfer Lawsuit Over @OMGFacts Twitter Account — Deck v. Spartz, Inc.


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