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Property Theft

City and Police Officer Victorious in Malicious Prosecution and Seizure Case

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Best Best & Krieger LLP attorneys Christopher Pisano and Dana Vessey prevailed on a motion for summary judgment on behalf of the City of Colton and one of its police officers in a case that stemmed from a complicated story...more

Privacy Perils: De-mobilize Your Mobile Device

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

Have you ever been concerned about the security of your iPad/tablet when you leave your hotel room and head down to the beach or pool? Or when it is left in your car in the mall parking lot while you shop for hours? Or when...more

Employees Do the Strangest Things

The police in Taylor (a small town outside of Scranton) have charged a man with stealing $3,000 from his employer. That may not sound too crazy until you dig a little deeper. He stole $3,000 in PENNIES. Robert Napolitan was...more

HEAR Act Introduced by Sen. Ted Cruz to Create Federal Standard for Holocaust Art Claims

by Sullivan & Worcester on

Among the many challenges that litigants over Nazi-looted art face in the United States is a lack of uniformity. Statutes of limitations vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and interpretations of jurisdictional laws like...more

Throwback Thursday: Why Trade Secret Theft Isn’t Just a Digital Problem And What Businesses Can Do About It

With stories of cyberattacks and data breaches on a seemingly endless loop, businesses and governments have been doubling down on their efforts to protect digital information and assets.  But, in some industries, the greatest...more

Eleventh Circuit: Inventory Computation Exclusion Bars Alabama Employee Theft Claim

by Cozen O'Connor on

In February, we reported on an Alabama federal court decision that barred an insured from recovering for employee theft where the only evidence of shortage was a comparison between computer records and a physical inventory...more

Confronting Caretaker Abuse & Misconduct

by LeClairRyan on

While most caretakers for sick and elderly people are honest, occasionally families and friends are forced to deal with a dishonest caretaker who steals a person’s money; pressures him to change a will, trust, or power of...more

To Catch an E-Thief — Under Federal Property Law

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

As businesses move away from paper documents, courts are poised to broaden ‘conversion’ definition. The fundamental shift for busi­nesses in the past 15 years from paper documents to computer data has forced the courts...more

New Jersey Court Rules Individual Can Be Criminally Prosecuted for Taking Confidential Information to Support Civil Whistleblower...

by Littler on

In 2010, the New Jersey Supreme Court created a qualified privilege for an employee taking documents to support an employment discrimination suit. However, this past December, in State of New Jersey v. Ivonne Saavedra, the...more

N.J. Court Upholds Criminal Indictment against Former Employee Who Took Confidential Documents

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Recently, the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court upheld a criminal indictment against a former employee of the North Bergen Board of Education (the Board), which stemmed from the alleged theft of public...more

Will Insurance Cover Stolen Client Data?

by Miller Canfield on

It is a fact of life that large amounts of sensitive data are transported and stored electronically on flash drives, CDs and other devices. With mobility comes increased risk of lost or stolen information, along with the...more

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