Posts tagged with: Business

Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s FCPA Conference Highlights a Study of the Alstom $772 Million Criminal Penalty Case.  Where was the smoking gun?  In the Emails. As usual, the Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s Annual White Collar Crime and Corporate Governance Seminar...
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Jeffrey Hartman Partner, 4Discovery @Jeff4Discovery Survey of inside counsel at Fortune 1,000 companies highlights growing BYOD fears The Scenario You are the general counsel of an investment firm and have recently learned that your company has been accused of trade...
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Photos from Social Media & Websites Play Prominent Role in Ex-Cops, Firefighter’s Disability Fraud Case in New York [1] In our business, we often witness people engaged in the most stupid, repulsive, and often illegal activity.  Rarely has this fact...
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Tips from the Trenches:  A Computer Forensics Perspective 73% of small to mid-sized companies suffered a data breach last year Here’s an overview of the most notable data breaches from the last few weeks… Snapchat, the online photo sharing site...
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Half of all employees say they would take Trade Secrets with them to a new employer[1] Join the experts at 4Discovery as we examine eDiscovery trends and tips over breakfast at the beautiful Union League Club.   Each month, our...
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New survey confirms nearly half of employees would steal A recent survey concluded that nearly half of all employees would walk out with proprietary data(such as company database records and business plans) if they were fired tomorrow [1].  Other findings...
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Smart Phones Can Leave Behind an Indisputable Digital Trail They are Ubiquitous Think about it…we are with our laptops or computers for 6 or 7 hours per day, but we are with our mobile devices nearly 24 hours per day....
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Software code can be a company’s most critical Intellectual Property…and stealing it is easier than you think. The Background These were his last few days of work at his current job. The programmer, a Russian born American dual citizen, hired...
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Tips from the trenches in light of the recent Ex-Motorola Software Engineer Prison Sentence. Hanjuan Jin, a Motorola Software Engineer, stepped onto the terminal at O’Hare International Airport a few years ago and stepped into history as one of the...
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A Historical Application of the Fourth Amendment in our Information Age The Background The personal use of company – issued hand-held digital devices like BlackBerries and smart phones is wide-spread. Companies and government agencies understand, for the most part, that...
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