By Patrick Gavin
It's no secret that employee privacy lawsuits pose a devastating risk to employers.
By Arthur Smith
When the e-discovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect on December 1, there was a widespread feeling of panic among corporate counsel and, indeed, many members of the bar, as well. Some articles in the popular press reported that the amendments require corporations to retain virtually every electronic document ever created. Fortunately, the situation is not nearly as dire as rumored.