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Nanny Cams & Workplace Privacy

In the recent decision of Commonwealth v. Mason, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a nanny did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy while working inside the home of her employer. Thus, the employer’s decision to video and audio record her in their home was not a violation of the Pennsylvania Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Control Act (Wiretap Act).

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CCBJ Perspectives: How COVID-19 Has, and Will, Impact the Legal Profession

Dan Regard, president and CEO of iDiscovery Solutions, speaks with host Kristin Calve about the disruption of COVID-19 and the ability to design and pursue long term strategies in the face of this pandemic.

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Insurance Coverage & Recovery

Insurance for Liability Stemming From Biometric Privacy Laws

Identifying insurance coverage for alleged violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act can be tricky – but it’s increasingly necessary.

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