Legal Issues Surrounding Employer Review of Employee Cell Phones in Internal Investigations

10 Dec , 2021

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Former federal prosecutor Sarah M. Hall will present on legal issues surrounding employer review of employee cell phones in internal investigations. She will cover the nuts and bolts of what forensics can yield from a phone and some tips on how and when to obtain phones and what to look for. Then, she will review case law in which employees have successfully and unsuccessfully challenged private employers’ review of phones and finish up with general recommendations on this investigative technique in light of the present legal landscape.

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