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Court Upholds Worker's Recovery for Unlawful Disclosure of Personal Info

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, March 1, 2018 | 1467 | 0 | 113 min read

A California appellate court upheld a worker’s award of $48,000 in damages for the unlawful disclosure of her personal information and her emotional distress. Case: Hurley v. California Department of Parks and Recreation, No. D070098, 02/21/2018, partially published. Facts: The California Department of Parks and Recreation hired Delane Hurley in December 2009. Leda Seals was her direct supervisor. Seals socialized with her staff during and after work hours. She also expressed frustration that Hurley did not share personal information with her. In September 2011, Seals met with Charle...

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