Articles and Speeches
The Legal Implications of Private-Sector Employees Using Personal Email for Work
April 14, 2015
John D. Martin
Posted with permission from Thomson Reuters l Legal Current
In light of the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton using her personal email while Secretary of State, John Martin, practice leader for Nelson Mullins Encompass, a division of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, discusses issues concerning the use of personal email for work with Thomson Reuters' Legal Current. John discusses how companies establish a state of control through acceptable use policies, potential risks for the company and employees including security and litigation concerns, and the interplay with e-discovery.
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