Workplace Privacy: A Survey of New Legal Developments
Broadcast Date: May 26, 2011
Significant developments in workplace privacy law and policy over the past year have left employers with a number of new obligations. Litigation in state and federal courts, state legislation and federal agency actions have all led to increased protections for employees, requiring employers to carefully consider and, as necessary, revise their workplace privacy policies and procedures. In addition to their responsibility for U.S.-based employees, the global economy and consolidation of administrative functions often require in-house counsel and HR specialists to provide support for company employees worldwide. Our panel of domestic and international legal experts will parse these latest developments, and share practical advice for you to consider for your organization.
Richard Cumbley, Partner, Linklaters LLP
Jim Lai, CIPP, Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection, Motorola Mobility
Boris Segalis, Partner, InfoLawGroup LLP