February 12, 2020

2014 Symposium Papers

Papers presented at the 2014 National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law. Documents will open in a new window.

Digital Forensics Use: Case Studies

Dr. Gavin W. Manes

When You Shouldn't Trust the Metadata: The Truth behind Creation, Modified, and Accessed Date Information

Dr. Gavin W. Manes

Forensics 101

Dr. Gavin W. Manes

I Have the Whole World in My Hand: Or, How Having a World of Information at Your Fingertips Brings New Legal Challenges and Opportunities to Employers and Employees

Ester Martin and Susanne Foster

Old Wine in a New Bottle?: The NLRA's Jurisprudence on Union/Concerted Protected Activity, Secondary Activity, and Employer Surveillance in the Social Media Age

Nicole Horberg Decter and Paige Walker McKossock

Employee-Owned Devises, Social Media and the NLRA

Raphael Rajendra

Social Media and Employment Law: Key Cases and Legal Issues

Heather A. Morgan and Felicia A. Davis

BYOD and Social Media:  Emerging Trends in Employment Litigation

Kevin M. Carlson

Social Media Discovery--Hashtags To (Legal) Holds

Jim Donahue

Social Media in Evidence

Mark Risk

Puerto Rico in the Digital Age: Government Perspectives on the New Wave of Capital-Intensive Economics

Rep. Manuel Natal

Where Do We Go from Here?

Susan Stobbart Shapiro

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