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Disaster Non-Profit Demands Its Phones Back With Attorney Client Info, So To 3rd Party

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, July 29 – Greg Forrester has filed a discrimination lawsuit against his former employer National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Inc..     

      On July 29, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Chief Magistrate Judge Gabriel W. Gorenstein held a discovery conference. Inner City Press covered it. 

  At issues were electronic devices that NVOAD say belong to it. Forrester says some of the emails on them are covered by attorney client privilege NVOAD shot back, citing an ABA directive about avoiding putting such communications on devices belonging to an employer / adversary.

  Talk turned to turning the devices over to a mutually agreeable third party.

Forrester's lawyer wonder why this was necessary. But it seems it is going to happen.

The case is Forrester v. National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Inc. et al., 21-cv-422 (Koeltl / Gorenstein) 


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