Have You Been Omarosa’d? Lawfully Prohibiting Recordings of Your Conversations

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Recently, Omarosa Manigault Newman (known to many of us as simply “Omarosa”), a former White House aide and protégé of President Donald Trump, released a secret recording that allegedly proved she was offered a cushy job paying $15,000 a month in exchange for her silence about her White House tenure. Omarosa also claims to have hours of other interesting and potentially embarrassing tidbits on tape. With the proliferation of the #MeToo movement, many employees are now covertly recording their supervisors and others at work. What does that mean for employers? Can you prohibit clandestine recordings? You should understand your exposure

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