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The Employee Privacy – Do Employers Have a Duty to Protect Employees’ Personal Information?

March 05, 2019

FBT Webinar

This webinar will discuss what, if any, obligations employers have to protect the personal information they have on their employees. The discussion will provide a general overview of applicable privacy laws along with suggested best practices for protecting confidential information collected and stored on a company’s internet-accessible computer system. The webinar will also discuss the use of adequate security measures, including proper encryption, firewalls, and adequate authentication protocols.

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Hosted by:

Richard L. Moore

Rich is a member in the firm’s labor and employment practice group. He defends clients in federal and state court litigation arising from claims of wrongful termination and allegations of various forms of protected class discrimination, violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other statutory and common law claims. Rich also defends employers in workers’ compensation court appeals and he both prosecutes and defends claims involving enforcement of non-compete agreements and allegations of misappropriation of trade secrets in state and federal court. Please click here to learn more about Rich.

Zachary Hoyt

Zach is an associate in the firm’s labor and employment practice group. He provides legal counseling and representation on labor and employment issues, with an emphasis on representing carriers under the Railway Labor Act and assisting employers with all aspects of data privacy issues. He is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP-US). Please click here to learn more about Zach.

HRCI and SHRM pending approval

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