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Privacy 3.0: Delaware Bench and Bar Recap

I had the honor of serving as moderator for the CLE program at Delaware's Annual Bench and Bar conference,the largest annual gathering of lawyers and judges. The program was titled, Privacy 3.0: Legal and Ethical Implications in the Courtroom, in the Workplace, and in Public . I was amazed at the...

Harassment Prevention: It's All Fun and Games . . . Until It's Not

Workplace anti-harassment training can be summarized with the title of this post. The fact that an employee laughs at an inappropriate joke is not a legal defense to a later claim at harassment. Nor is an employee's failure to object to inappropriate workplace conduct. One employer recently learned...

Discovery of EEOC Claimants' Social-Media Posts

In my previous post about EEOC v. Original Honeybaked Ham Co. of Ga., , I described a somewhat ambiguous, if not unusual, procedure for the production and review of individuals' social-media accounts ordered by a Magistrate Judge. In short, the Judge's well-reasoned decision attempted to balance...