Free webinars on legal hold process

Jul 19, 2013 By: Victoria Daudelin

How defensible is your current legal hold process? With a 271% increase in spoliation claims since 2005, it is as important as

The Opportunity for Firms, Librarians, and Knowledge Management

Jul 17, 2013 By: Cynthia Jones

Knowledge management makes so much sense for librarians because it goes hand-in-hand with our role as reference resources.

Improve Corporate Legal Departments’ Efficiency and Productivity

Jul 16, 2013 By: Samantha Kueny

Given the increasing potential cost and frequency of litigation, corporate legal departments need the tools to adapt in today’s changing legal environment.

Businesses argue that SEC rule linking minerals to DRC atrocities violates First Amendment

Jul 10, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

A trade group representing several manufacturing businesses is suing the SEC on First Amendment grounds, seeking to overturn a new disclosure rule that requires businesses to assess where their minerals came from, and how they are “DRC conflict free”

Time for a mid-year review of the top ten issues for in-house counsel in 2013

Jun 24, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman

Several months ago I helped prepare a preview of the “Top Ten” issues that were likely to be on the plates of in-house counsel during 2013. It’s now almost half way through the year and a good time to look back and see how things have been going and remind folks about a couple of the items that were listed.

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 5 of 5)

Jun 14, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie

In this final post in the series, I want to wrap up and leave the reader with a few final thoughts on preventing digital sexual harassment in the workplace.

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 4 of 5)

May 31, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie

In this post, I expand on the analysis employed by courts in approaching the use of monitoring software to prevent digital sexual harassment in the workplace and explain exactly how courts could implement this approach.

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 3 of 5)

May 17, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie

In this installment on preventing sexual harassment, I will look at the judicial response to privacy in the workplace and the framework under which courts should consider responding to digital acts of sexual harassment.

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 2 of 5)

Apr 30, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie

Although an employer cannot observe or control all the actions of its employees in the physical workplace, the employer can prevent sexual harassment in the digital workplace through cost-effective technology to monitor the content of digital communication.

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 1 of 5)

Apr 19, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie

Although an employer cannot observe or control all the actions of its employees in the physical workplace, the employer can prevent sexual harassment in the digital workplace through cost-effective technology to monitor the content of digital communication.

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