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Reconsidering Limits on Confidentiality Provisions Where Sexual Misconduct is Involved

Confidentiality
It does not require insightful analysis to conclude that something is broken when it comes to reporting and addressing sexual misconduct in the workplace. One attempt to fix part of the “brokenness” comes from the Pennsylvania legislature – a bill that would place limits on confidentiality restrictions. (New Jersey is considering something similar and other … Continue reading this entry

Protecting Trade Secrets Now Front, Center and National

Trade Secrets
Most employers understand, in this era where information moves so quickly and critically sensitive commercial information is very easy to move, that protecting trade secrets is more important than ever. In fact, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee reports that annual losses to the American economy caused by trade secret loss are over $300 billion in … Continue reading this entry