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Teacher Can Be Fired For Porn Viewing On School Computer, Court Rules
The Seventh Circuit recently upheld the firing of a school teacher who briefly viewed pornographic images in violation of the school district's computer use policy, despite his argument that his firing really related to constitutionally protected critical speech.
United States
27 Jun 2011
Applying Judicial Common Sense To Electronic Discovery Burdens
Since the enactment of the electronic discovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in late-2006, parties have been paranoid that the scope of their production obligations would be gargantuan, and that they would be compelled to search for and provide a wide array of electronic information, at a tremendous financial cost.
United States
16 May 2008
The Rise Of Electronic Evidence
If you want to succeed in litigation these days, it is imperative that relevant electronic data be preserved. The destruction of such data can lead to serious adverse evidentiary inferences, as illuminated by a very recent case.
United States
9 Nov 2006
Perspective: Company Laptops, Privacy and You
Yes, it is true, the great weight of law holds that employees generally should not have privacy expectations when it comes to their work-related electronic communications, especially when they have signed computer policies that explicitly state this to be the case.
United States
3 Aug 2006
Perspective: Word to the Wise if you Quit in a Huff
One of employers' biggest fears is that departing and disloyal employees will take advantage of access to company computer systems after announcing their resignations.
United States
13 Apr 2006
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