The Digital Media Lawyer Blog:  “On December 17, we reported on the Convertino case in which a judge found that the attorney-client privilege was not waived for emails exchanged on an employer’s network, even though the employer had access to them.  It did not take long to find a case with virtually identical circumstances in which a Court reached the exact opposite result – a ruling that the privilege had been waived.  This was a really bad result for the employee, because it meant that those emails could be used against her in court. See Alamar Ranch, LLC v. County of Boise, D. Idaho.”