FindLaw's discussion of the evolving topic of corporate social responsibility ("CSR") and CSR developments, both domestically and internationally.
FindLaw's discussion of caselaw recognizing certain employee expectations of privacy in the workplace as well as ways in which employers can structure policies to protect against privacy-based claims, namely, through reliance on the good faith defense set forth in the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act and the concept of prior consent.
Findlaw's discussion of election law and campaign ethics: the laws regulating the activities of those who participate in election campaigns, hold public office and/or lobby government.
FindLaw's analysis of information management systems and data life cycle management policies in light of expanding state, federal and international rules relating to data preservation.
FindLaw's discussion of the rules that apply to monitoring employee electronic communications in the workplace and ways in which employers can shape their policies on such communications.
FindLaw's analysis of corporate compliance issues associated with conflicts between the U.S.A. Patriot Act and privacy laws in Canada.
FindLaw's discussion of the Privacy Rules set forth under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and various compliance issues that have arisen under the rules.
FindLaw's review of the background of communications law and the issues that have confronted, and which still confront, practitioners in this field.
FindLaw's synopsis of the Georgia Open Records Act and the process for obtaining public records from state agencies.
FindLaw's discussion of the extent to which employers may legally monitor employees in an effort to protect trade secrets.