ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law's Third Annual CLE Conference
November 5, 2009
- 5:15 PM
Eric L. Barnum, a partner in Schiff Hardin's Labor and Employment Group, will participate in a panel discussion titled "I Know Who You Are and I Read What You Write: Claims Arising from Blogging, Texting and E-Mails" on Thursday, Nov. 5 at the Third Annual CLE Conference sponsored by the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law at the Grand Hyatt Washington in Washington, D.C.
About this session:
GPS technology allows employers to track employees' movements. With a few key strokes, employee emails and blogs can easily be read. How far can employers go when monitoring employee activity and what rights do employees have? Join our experts as they discuss:
What laws apply
Best practices for employers when monitoring employees
How to define employees' expectations of privacy when using company-issued technology.
CLE Credits are available.
For more information, please visit http://www.abanet.org/labor/lel-annualcle/09/lel-cle-09.shtml.