In a time where employees are using personal devices and cell phones for work, and employers permit employees to use computer and phone systems for “incidental” personal reasons, confusion can arise over who owns the devices or the information transmitted over the device. This confusion can create liability and potential problems for employers, such as whether an employer is obligated to pay for any part of an employee’s personal phone, and what devices and information must be provided by the employer in a lawsuit. Please join us for an informative overview of the potential dangers and strategies employers may be able to use to help manage these pitfalls and risks.
About Our Speaker
Shauna Correia | Weintraub Tobin
Shauna Correia is of counsel in the firm’s Labor & Employment and Litigation groups. Shauna is licensed to practice in state and federal court in both California and Nevada. Her employment practice focuses on the defense of employers against wrongful termination, wage and hour, discrimination, intentional tort, civil rights, and leave law claims. She is an accomplished negotiator and experienced trial attorney. She also drafts and negotiates executive employment, partnership and shareholder agreements and reviews and revises employee handbooks and policies. In addition to litigating and negotiating resolution of active disputes, many of Shauna’s clients rely on her for her advisory and risk-management capacities, and her ability to find ways to reduce exposure or avoid litigation.
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