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Hack Attacks!

by FordHarrison on

Lately, the news has lead with stories about the alleged Russian hacking of various American political organizations, ostensibly for the purpose of influencing the 2016 elections. U.S. law enforcement has surmised that the...more

New California Law Will Require Online Entertainment Database Sites to Remove Age-Based Information

California’s governor has signed into law a bill aimed at discouraging discriminatory age hiring practices in the entertainment industry. The law focuses on internet websites identifying ages, but critics question whether...more

Pokémon GO Exposes Risks of Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) Policies

There’s no denying it: Pokémon GO is a phenomenon. The smartphone game, in which players use their mobile device camera and GPS to capture, battle, and train virtual creatures, was released in the United States on July...more

Pokémon in the Workplace: Does Your Company Need a Policy?

by Baker Donelson on

It seems crazy to have to tailor office policy because of the advent of a new phone app, doesn't it? But this is exactly what is transpiring due to the overwhelming popularity of Pokémon Go, an app for your phone that allows...more

The Paper Trail: The Potential Data-Breach Sitting in your Printer

In April 2016, the sensitive personal medical information of NFL players was stolen from the car of a trainer who had left the files in a backpack in his locked car. In 2014, Safeway, Inc. settled charges brought by the...more

Milwaukee Bucks become latest victim to w-2 phishing scheme

We have been repeatedly warning our clients and readers about the massive and successful W-2 phishing schemes where hackers impersonate the CEO or CFO and send emails to payroll and/or HR folks in companies requesting W-2...more

Settlers and Snitches: Sony Breaks Ranks in Hollywood Wage-Fixing Claims

I previously wrote about two wage-fixing class actions, where some of the largest high-tech and Hollywood companies conspired not to hire one another’s employees to keep wages low. Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe attempted to...more

Construction E-Note - December 2015

by Burr & Forman on

In an article published in the November 2015 issue of North American Builders, Jason Nimmer provides insight on what it takes to successfully deliver manufacturing-related construction jobs in today’s fast-paced building...more

That is SO last week - August 2015 #2

by Zelle LLP on

Pay was the big deal last week. A divided Securities and Exchange Commission voted to approve the CEO Pay Ratio Rule. The new rule requires publicly traded companies to disclose the ratio of their chief executive officer’s...more

Hacking Your Rivals – Corporate Espionage in Major League Baseball

As we approach the dog days of summer, baseball season is again in full bloom. We previously discussed old-fashioned sign stealing in the context of teams trying to gain a competitive advantage during an actual game. But it...more

The New FLSA Regulations: The DOL's Actual Proposed Language

by Franczek Radelet P.C. on

We have been covering the Department of Labor Wage & Hour Division’s (WHD) finally released proposal to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which was published last week. The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) is...more

Caught Stealing More Than Bases, St. Louis Cardinals Teach Trade Secret Safety to All Employers

by Reed Smith on

The recent hacking attack against the Houston Astros is a wake-up call for all employers: no organization is safe from its adversaries’ attempts to steal proprietary information to gain a leg up in the competition. The...more

Antitrust Class Actions Against Employers: A Silicon Valley Special?

by DLA Piper on

One substitute for non-competes with employees is a no-hire agreement with competing employers. As the continuing litigation toll in the Silicon Valley illustrates, that option is illusory...more

Status Updates - August 2014 #12

..What’s not to like? The National Labor Relations Board has ruled that an employee’s Facebook “like” approving of another employee’s statements about their employer may constitute “concerted activity” under federal labor...more

Time Warner, CBS Dispute Leads to Class-Action Lawsuit

by Anthony Caruso on

Time Warner, CBS Dispute Leads to Class-Action Lawsuit by Anthony Caruso on August 28, 2013 Time Warner customers are fed up with an ongoing dispute between the cable provider and CBS News, which recently culminated in...more

Social Networking: New Risks & Opportunities at Work [Video]

by NAVEX Global on

The Ethics Resource Center’s National Business Ethics Survey "Social Networkers: New Risks and Opportunities at Work” is now available. Sponsored by NAVEX Global and PwC, the survey provides a first-of-its-kind look at social...more

USCIS Issues RFE Templates for Certain Non-Immigrant Extraordinary Ability Categories

United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) Requests for Evidence (RFE) can be a source of significant frustration for immigration practitioners and their clients. They sometimes reflect that a) the officer did...more

What’s The Big Idea? Protecting Employer-Owned Intellectual Property

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Originally published in the December 2012 issue of The HR Specialist. With the year-end holidays fast approaching, many businesses are in the midst of assessing their 2012 performance and planning for 2013. If those...more

Around the Virtual World - June 4, 2012

A weekly wrap up of interesting news about virtual worlds, virtual goods and other social media. In This Issue: - App Makers' Privacy Policies Leave Users In The Dark: Panel - Social Media Policies At GM,...more

Protect your Intellectual Property -- People, Processes & Products

by Bambi Faivre Walters, PC on

Often a business spends a lot of time and energy starting up and as things settle down, the business realizes that they need to maintain market share and protect business assets. This article is meant to provide a...more

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