The Risks & Rewards of Electronics in the Workplace
APPROVED By HRCI for 1.0 General Credit Hours
Join us for a webinar on March 13, 2015 at 10:00 AM PST.
Electronic devices, storage systems, tracking devices, and other “modern conveniences” have become a pervasive presence in the workplace. These tools offer employers a range of benefits, including easy access to both employees and business information. They can, however, also give rise to legal issues ranging from privacy to employment and regulatory compliance, as well as unique challenges related to electronic discovery and evidence in court. This program will discuss strategies for navigating the legal risks arising in the electronic workplace – including issues related to “bring your own” electronic devices, employee monitoring, and new trends in timekeeping – as well as insights on managing technology in litigation.
Michael Droke, Attorney & Partner, Dorsey Mike Droke is a partner in the Labor and Employment and Ag/Cooperatives groups. He is also co-Chair of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Practice Group, and member of the Privacy Practice Group, Executive Compensation Team, and Electronic Discovery Practice Group. He is currently the Partner-in-Charge of LegalMine, Dorsey’s state-of-the-art document review service.