Date: Wednesday, December 8 at 12:00 p.m.
Speakers: Courtney C. Brennan, Esq.
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Credits: PA CLE, SHRM, HRCI (1 each)
Given the rapidly evolving role of smartphones in our personal and professional lives, smartphones contain volumes of stored personal data in the form of texts, emails, call data, and social media activity. When these devices are used to conduct business it’s sometimes difficult to determine when the employee’s data falls within the employer’s control and if the employee’s personal smartphone is subject to a litigation hold. Join Attorney Courtney Brennan as she explores best practices for employers and ways to reduce risk in light of the growing rise of smartphones and their role in e-discovery.
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