Larry Casey, Gary Feldman, Tamsin Kaplan, Robert Kaitz, and Dave Rogers discuss some of the hot topics surrounding employment laws, including pay equality, workplace investigations and confidentiality, overtime laws, legalization of marijuana, social media and related policies, the new I-9 Form, Trade Secrets Act of 2016, employee access to confidential company documents, EEOC guidance re: national origin discrimination enforcement under Title VII, and insights from the Massachusetts State House.
Gary Feldman provides an overview of the Act to Establish Pay Equity, which goes into effect in Massachusetts on July 1, 2018. The presentation outlines new rules and restrictions under the new statute and steps employers can take to prepare for the changes.
Tamsin Kaplan explains how to properly conduct workplace investigations and describes the case-specific analysis required to determine if non-disclosure is necessary. Although respecting privacy is important, sometimes investigation is necessary.
Pat Clendenen discusses cyber liability, including managing litigation costs when breaches occur, issues involved in class action suits, the importance of insurance coverage, and shareholders liability in breach situations. Listen to full podcast here.
In this Data Breach Planning 2.0 program, Robert J. Munnelly, Jr., Mark Spencer, and Patrick T. Clendenen outline breach response preparation, responding to computer and network breaches, minimizing potential exposure to sanctions and litigation risks, and responding effectively to litigation.
Rob Munnelly provides an overview on breach planning, including developing an incident response plan, identifying internal breach response teams and external data security resources, and developing action items for the initial hours and days following a suspected breach.
Mark Spencer of Arsenal Consulting discusses how people are compromised, how to reduce risk and identify a breach at the earliest possible opportunity, digital forensics, and shares several interesting case studies.