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Synthetic Reality & Deep Fakes: Considerations For Employers And Implications Of The Rise Of Deep Fakes In The Workplace
Developments in various fields within artificial intelligence have allowed for remarkable advancements in different types of automation tools.
United States
28 Jun 2019
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"Purloined Letters": Management Options When A Departing Employee Puts A Business Entity At Risk By Collecting Confidential Business Or Personnel Information For Use In The Employee's Personal Litigation
The following scenario is more common—and more troubling—than ever before. A high-ranking employee who has signed an agreement to preserve the confidentiality of business plans...
United States
17 May 2018
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"Actual Damages" Interpreted To Include Non-Economic Damages Under Pennsylvania's Whistleblower Law
This decision serves as a cautionary tale to employers that are evaluating liability exposure in cases arising out of the Law.
United States
6 Apr 2018
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OSHA Issues New Rule For Food Safety Whistleblowers
Effective Thursday, February 13, 2014, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration published a final rule governing the agency's future handling of whistleblower complaints under Section 402 of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, which protects workers who disclose food safety concerns.
United States
24 Feb 2014
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Third Circuit Adopts New Broader Standard For Defining Protected Activity For Whistleblowers
The roller coaster continues for how to define protected activity under the Sarbanes Oxley Act.
United States
26 Mar 2013
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No Longer Black And White, Is The "Definitively And Specifically" Standard Now Grey?
While the Department of Labor's Administrative Review Board and the majority of federal courts once agreed that, in order to engage in "protected activity" under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a whistleblower must describe conduct that "definitively and specifically" relates to one of the categories of unlawful acts set forth in the statute, a new trend shows the ARB and courts on divergent paths.
United States
4 Feb 2013
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