JD Supra Corporate Brief: BYOD Policies, Trade Secrets, Self-Disclosure, Supplier Breakdowns

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Key workplace issue in the era of Mad Men: employee BYOB policies. Key workplace issue today: employee BYOD policies (Pillsbury)

Didn’t we end this relationship a long time ago? So why are you still using our trade secrets? (Orrick)

OIG just released an updated health care provider self-disclosure protocol, but there’s more risk than ever for companies that participate (Skadden Arps)

Privacy policies are crucial, but they’re far from everything a mobile app must do to prepare for an eventual security breach involving personal information of users (Pepper Hamilton)

Investors are placing increasing pressure on companies to manage the human rights implications of their operations. Here’s how to respond (Foley Hoag)

Are you monitoring your supplier relationships for potential breakdowns? (Foley & Lardner)

Court rules ex-employee did not defraud former employer by not changing his LinkedIn page to reflect his new status (Cozen O’Connor)

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