Companies frequently confront threats to their confidential information from insiders such as disgruntled employees. A recent federal indictment, however, shows that the “insider” threat can persist even after an employee is terminated.
The federal government recently charged Nima Kalbasi, a … Read More
Leveraging social media is critical to the success of any business today – especially for health care organizations. Patients use social media as another source for “word of mouth” referrals – to find and comment about their experiences with doctors, … Read More
Sandwich maker Jimmy John’s won dismissal of a putative class action regarding non-compete agreements. Despite the win, this case and subsequent government attention may indicate increasing scrutiny of such agreements on both the federal and state level.
According to Court … Read More
A fight over control of a legal blog has spilled into Federal Court with allegations of unfair competition, infringement, and conspiracy.
Law firm Stites & Harbison, PLLC sued three former attorneys in a Kentucky federal court (Stites & Harbison, … Read More
On Thursday, December 11, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) overturned existing precedent in a decision that contains important implications as to how employers draft and implement their electronic communications policies.
In Purple Communications, Inc, a divided NLRB … Read More
Today, in our fourth installment on actions that employers can take to prevent employee theft or improper disclosure of company data, we discuss risks associated with smartphones and mobile devices. When considering the use of mobile devices, a company should … Read More