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Friday, March 02, 2007

Week In Review (March 2, 2007)

Most Popular Federal Law Article

[url=“”>A Checklist For Preventing Human Resources Problems.</A>
Management concerned with employment law liability should be focused on prevention: preventing lawsuits, preventing employee morale problems, and preventing the day-to-day hassles personnel issues can create. The road to success in this area is not paved with good intentions, however. Employers must understand basic human resources principles to avoid the employment law pitfalls that await.
Located On: Shaw Valenza LLP

Most Popular State Law Article

<a >U.S. Data Protection Laws, With a Focus on California.</A>
In the U.S., no comprehensive national law yet exists, which generally requires notification of security breaches involving personal information. California passed the first data breach notification statute in 20032 and over 30 states have since enacted similar laws. The California law, commonly referred to as “SB 1386”, requires owners, licensors, or custodians of personal information to notify data subjects whose information was (or is reasonably believed to have been) acquired in an unauthorized fashion. California laws also include proactive obligations related to data destruction and maintaining reasonable security measures.
Located On: Cooley Godward Kronish LLP.

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<a TARGET=“_blank”]Job separation agreements don’t eliminate right to sue[/url]
Charleston Post & Courier - February 27, 2007

Posted by Patrick Della Valle on 03/02 at 09:21 AM
Week in Review