Legal Ethics

Law Firm Partner Accused of Putting Camera Under Employee’s Desk


A partner at an Atlanta law firm has been charged with putting a surveillance camera under the desk of a woman who worked there.

James Frederick Tenney, 57, was charged with three counts of unlawful surveillance for allegedly recording the woman on three occasions, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 11alive.com and WSBTV.com.

Tenney, a tax lawyer, was jailed for about two hours before posting $10,000 bond. His law firm biography says he is married with three children and enjoys photography.

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