Tag Archives: court

18 Jun

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 5 of 5)

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace by Daniel Garrie Part 5 of 5 This series of blogs gives the reader a perspective on the rights, duties, and responsibilities of employers and employees with respect to preventing digital sexual harassment in the workplace. Part Five. Final Analysis and Conclusions. In the previous post I digressed on the six

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11 Jun

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 4 of 5)

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace by Daniel Garrie Part 4 of 5 This series of blogs gives the reader a perspective on the rights, duties, and responsibilities of employers and employees with respect to preventing digital sexual harassment in the workplace. Part Four. Review of an Employer’s Technological Systems In the previous post

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21 May

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 3 of 5)

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace by Daniel Garrie Part 3 of 5  This series of blogs gives the reader a perspective on the rights, duties, and responsibilities of employers and employees with respect to digital sexual harassment in the workplace. Part Three. Judicial Response to privacy in the workplace  In this installment on

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09 May

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 2 of 5)

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace by Daniel Garrie Part 2 of 5  This series of blogs gives the reader a perspective on the rights, duties, and responsibilities of employers and employees with respect to digital sexual harassment in the workplace. Part Two. Monitoring Technology in the Workplace In this follow-up to the last

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26 Apr

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Part 1 of 5)

Preventing Digital Sexual Harassment in the Workplace by Daniel Garrie Part 1 of 5 From 2009 to 2011, there were more than 30,000 sexual harassment claims filed in the United States. The ubiquitous availability of digital technology devices has facilitated many instances of sexual harassment, such as unprovoked and offensive e-mails, messages posted on electronic

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04 Dec

Criminal E-Discovery (Part 2 of 5)

Criminal E-Discovery: 21st Century Paperless Trails (Part 2 of 5) September 4, 2012 In this second posting in the five-part series on criminal e-discovery, Daniel Garrie looks at the burdens, benefits, and federal rules surrounding the use of e-discovery in criminal proceedings. E-discovery is rapidly making headway in civil proceedings, but the criminal courts have

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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 4 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this fourth post of the five-part series on e-discovery in intellectual property patent litigation , Daniel Garrie analyzes the Federal Circuit’s model order regarding e-discovery in patent cases. [1]  In addition, the series briefly describes the purpose behind the model order, describes its key provisions,

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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 3 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this third post of the five-part series on e-discovery in intellectual property patent litigation , Daniel Garrie analyzes the Federal Circuit’s model order regarding e-discovery in patent cases. [1]  In addition, the series briefly describes the purpose behind the model order,  describes its key provisions,

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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 2 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this second post of the five-part series on e-discovery in intellectual property patent litigation , Daniel Garrie analyzes the Federal Circuit’s model order regarding e-discovery in patent cases. [1]  In addition, the series briefly describes the purpose behind the model order, ( describes its key

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30 Jul

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation (Part 1 of 5)

E-Discovery in Intellectual Property Patent Litigation: Changing The Tune In this five-part series on e-discovery in intellectual property patent litigation Daniel Garrie  analyzes the Federal Circuit’s model order regarding e-discovery in patent cases. [1]  In addition, the series briefly describes the purpose behind the model order and describes its key provisions and then analyzes the

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