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Social Media – Screening at Work and Job Interview

by: Hayes Hunt and Jonathan R. Cavalier Companies now frequently use social media to vet applicants, with some even going so far as to force applicants to permit company employees to access their various social media sites. With Facebook expected

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Employer’s Duty to Report Crimes: Trade Secrets & Computer Fraud

by:  Hayes Hunt and Jonathan Cavalier Over the past decade, many European countries have passed laws mandating that individuals and employers report criminal conduct.  In the United States, however, individuals are typically not required to report criminal conduct that they

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Posted in Corporate Compliance

An Employer’s Duty to Report Crimes by Employees: Company-Owned Daycare Center

by:  Hayes Hunt and Jonathan Cavalier Over the past decade, many European countries have passed laws mandating that individuals and employers report criminal conduct.  In the United States, however, individuals are typically not required to report criminal conduct that they

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Employer’s Duty to Report Crimes: Employee Using a Personally-Owned iPad for Work Purposes

by:  Hayes Hunt and Jonathan Cavalier Over the past decade, many European countries have passed laws mandating that individuals and employers report criminal conduct.  In the United States, however, individuals are typically not required to report criminal conduct that they

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Hayes Hunt concentrates his practice in the representation of individuals, corporations and executives in a wide variety of federal and state criminal law and regulatory enforcement matters as well as complex civil litigation. Hayes is a partner in the firm's Commercial Litigation Department as well as its Criminal Defense and Governmental Investigations Group.
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