The way not to be caught off guard is to understand that "only the paranoid survive."
Attorneys Larry Kunin and John Yates discuss the importance of a Bring Your Own Device policies and address frequently asked questions about data ownership.
Entrepreneurs love building things, and it’s necessary to assemble a team to get things done fast and execute the plan.
Managers discover new ways to get better feedback from employees.
In spite of the challenges, the majority of employees report having initiated an entrepreneurial pursuit at their companies.
The Morris, Manning & Martin Startup Video Series is designed to answer key questions often asked by entrepreneurs. In this video, MMM Employment Law Partner Brian Harris answers the questions:
- "Do I need an employment agreement for myself and future members of my team?"
- "What issues should I consider regarding existing agreements I may have with a current employer or third party?"
Retail giant Target made headlines after announcing that 110 million Americans were affected by a massive data breach at its stores. If you want to avoid the same fate, pay attention to these four lessons learned in the wake of the Target breach.
New court ruling shows that liability under the Stored Communications Act could apply to employers who access an employee's personal email on a company-issued device.
Facebook Inc. plans to expand its in-house legal staff by about 38 percent to 90 lawyers and staff by the end of 2013.
CNBC has released a new report ranking Georgia's workforce #1 in the nation.