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“Following” Employees’ Social Media Activity

November 25, 2020 by Sahar Shiralian

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many people into relative isolation. Some authorities are advising people to hunker down and isolate even more as we approach the most coveted American tradition – Thanksgiving. So, it is no surprise that many people are turning to social media to connect with friends and family, as well as to voice opinions and vent about […]

Your Business’s Obligations to Protect Consumer and Employee Information Under the California Consumer Privacy Act

November 16, 2020 by Christina M. Le

There has been a growing concern over the years regarding the control of one’s personal privacy rights and information, as the means and methods of collecting such information, and the ways to use such information to influence consumers has grown significantly with advancing technology. The personal information and data obtained by companies from the simple use of your cell phone, […]

Avoiding a Toxic Work Environment After a Politically Polarized Election

November 9, 2020 by Sahar Shiralian

In a year defined by a historic, unprecedented pandemic that has become politicized and racial tensions galvanized by the Black Lives Matter protests in the wake of George Floyd, it is no surprise that election week is one of the most divisive in our nation’s history. Naturally, employees are likely no longer making small talk and discussing the weather at the […]