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A Minnesota Court of Appeals panel has affirmed the issuance of a temporary injunction against a co-owner of an LLC blocking him from accessing emails of his partner from the company's server in the midst of their business dispute. The unpublished decision, Gates v. Wheeler A09-2355 (Minn....
Welcome to the next advancement in the delivery of health services - monitoring patients and promoting healthy behavior through mobile phones and other portable devices The Washington Post reported today about a service offered through Voxiva whereby expectant mothers receive free text messages...
A U.S. District Court in Indiana has ruled that a company's use of keylogger software to access an employee's personal e-mail account may have violated the Stored Communications Act (“SCA”). Keylogging or keystroke logging is the tracking of the keys struck on a keyboard,...
Guest Post from Tom Malone, President of Accero. We are happy to make Mr. Malone's insights available to our readers as they are important considerations for companies considering alternative data and systems management strategies. Enjoy this post: To host or not to host . . . That’s...
Written by Ron Sgambati Seemingly intent on making sure it is perceived as current, if not trendy, today’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has continued to demonstrate an avid interest in social media. Not only is it paying attention to new media in all its forms, but it is...
Our adversaries are trolling social networks, blogs and forums, trying to find sensitive information they can use about our military goals and objectives. Therefore, it is imperative that all Soldiers and Family members understand the importance of practicing good operations security...
In a 23-page report, the Acting General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board summarizes the Board's positions on social media and labor relations. This report is an interesting read and provides insight into one aspect of drafting social media policies - whether the policy will...
Federal contractors are subject to numerous requirements under federal law and, as we have previously highlighted here, need to keep pace with changes in law and regulation. Under the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA) each federal agency is required to develop,...
Jackson Lewis White Paper Addresses Legal Risks Stemming From Occupational Health Nurses and On-site Health Clinics
Employers increasingly have health professionals on-site providing medical services to employees. Whether it is a single nurse at a facility providing basic first aid and assisting in fitness-for-duty exams, or a full-scale health clinic staffed with physicians, nurses and others, there are a range...
Complying with the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) is a growing concern for employers and others. We have developed a comprehensive set of frequently asked questions concerning this new law. If you are interested in learning more about GINA: click here...