In an opinion that was ahead of its time, a N.J. ethics committee addressed the issue of preserving client data on the cloud
...employee did with it; whether the employer had a clear policy on confidentiality; the employer's interest in keeping the document confidential; whether the disclosure...
Daily decision alert
...risks associated with relevant technology."In addition, Rule 1.6 ("Confidentiality of Information") has been amended to include Paragraph (d), which states that...
Employers may not retaliate against employees for sharing compensation information with each other if an employee is considering a discrimination claim
New Jersey Law Journal
...censure. ABA officials declined to comment beyond the censure, citing confidentiality rules surrounding accreditation matters. Solomon said the special admissions program...
Phase I of this study shows that older lawyers still have e-discovery chops and you don't want to turn EDD over to robots
The New Jersey Supreme Court is considering what standards apply in whistleblower suits by nursing home employees claiming retaliation for complaining to health-care regulators about improper patient
Get it in writing! Oral settlement agreements arising from mediation are no longer admissible or enforceable in N.J. courts
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