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Your Employee is Leaving…. How Do You Safeguard Your Company’s IP?

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

It is a fact: employees leave. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average worker currently holds ten different jobs before age forty. Because employee transitions are inevitable, businesses must prepare to...more

BYOD – Another reasonable basis for discovery about discovery

I still remember typewriters. Heck, I still remember carbon paper, mimeographs and bag phones. Would a company, “back in the day”, have ever asked an employee, “hey, we need you to bring your own typewriter, desk,...more

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – Be Smart

by LeClairRyan on

At the dawn of portable electronic devices, they were primarily work-related productivity tools. Often, employers would purchase (or lease) devices and distribute them to their need-to-have employee base. It’s not so long...more

We Traced The Trade Secret Leak … It’s Coming From Inside The Business

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Protecting trade secrets from employee theft requires more than using an NDA when onboarding new employees. If businesses want to protect their confidential information, they need to take a cradle-to-grave...more

Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 Heading to White House: What You Should Know Now

Congress has finally passed the anticipated Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (DTSA). The bill, which is now on its way to the White House and is expected to be signed by President Obama, will be effective immediately once it...more

The Perils of BYOD Policies

by Baker Donelson on

Over the holidays, many employees are out of the office on family vacations or otherwise using their time off. Many employers rely on employees' use of their own personal electronic devices to keep up with what is going on in...more

Protecting Company Relationships and Information Upon an Employee Departure

by Smith Anderson on

Learn how your company can prepare to act quickly and strategically to protect important relationships, information and trade secrets at the time that a key employee leaves. This webinar will review the latest developments in...more

TN Ethics Opinion Approves Lawyers’ Cloud Storage of Client Data

by Burr & Forman on

Tennessee has joined other states in formally approving lawyers’ cloud-storage of client-confidential data. The Board of Professional Responsibility (“BOPR”) held that lawyers ethically may use cloud storage for...more

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Trade Secret Disputes and Employment Risks

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

In today’s post, we have answered some of the most frequent and significant questions that we are asked about trade secret disputes and employment risks. 1. Could you provide a brief snapshot of current trends in...more

Privacy Commissioners Issue Joint Guidance on Bring Your Own Device Programs

by Bennett Jones LLP on

An organization’s information can be put at risk when staff begin to bring their own devices and use them in the workplace. As a result, in such cases, an organization should consider adopting an appropriate “bring your own...more

Mingling Employee Smartphone and Company Work Product Can be Dangerous

by Sands Anderson PC on

Many people will receive new smartphones as presents this month. Think carefully as an employer before allowing your employees to mingle work and pleasure on the same phone....more

Consent is Key for BYOD

by PretiFlaherty on

With Black Friday behind us and holiday shopping still heating up, ‘tis the season when many of us will acquire new gadgets and technology to power our digitally-enhanced lives. For businesses, this time of year also means...more

Will California’s “Kill Switch” Law Kill An Employer’s Ability To Protect Sensitive Company Information?

by Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP on

Will California’s “Kill Switch” Law Kill An Employer’s Ability To Protect Sensitive Company Information? In this digital age, smartphone technology has become essential and ubiquitous to business operations. But the...more

On whose dime? Court rules California employers must pay employee cell phone expenses

by DLA Piper on

In a world where mobile devices outnumber both personal computers and humans, it’s not surprising that we use our mobile devices for both business and pleasure. In a published opinion sure to wreak havoc with workplace bring...more

Blurring The Line Between Yours And Mine: Best Practices For Bring Your Own Device Policies

by Fisher Phillips on

Let’s face it: bring-your-own-device (BYOD) situations are here to stay. With the ubiquity of employees having and using smartphones and tablets – devices that have more capacity and processing power than desktop computers...more

Bring Your Own Device Policies: What Employers Need to Know

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Employers that allow their employees to use their own mobile devices for work purposes should have in place well-considered Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies.Effective employer BYOD policies anticipate and address a range...more

Nothing Personal: How to be Smart About Your BYOD Workplace Policy (And Why It Matters!)

by JD Supra Perspectives on

You might think people are making more out of BYOD than it deserves, that it is a relatively benign issue. Alas, you’d be wrong....more

Social Media: Protecting Trade Secrets and Proprietary Information

The ability of employees to steal trade secrets, reveal customer lists, and expose proprietary business information with the press of a button is frightening. In over 85 percent of trade-secret cases, the alleged...more

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