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The author describes the state of the law of discovery of electronic evidence, including proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; proposed amendments to the ABA’s Civil Discovery…

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Workplace privacy

Hypothetical examples are discussed. (1) A waitress is discharged for rudeness but, in the arbitration, the employer does not present the customer complainants, who want to remain anonymous. (2) A…

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New forms of evidence in a high-tech age: III. Panel Discussion

A panel discussion of the discovery process for electronic evidence.

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Use of the internet, including email, in the organized Canada workplace, the right of free speech, attacks on the public employer by an employee, and the right of privacy. The…

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The author discusses the distinctions, in discovery, between computer-based evidence and traditional paper documents, and includes computer system discovery checklist, and means for preserving the chain of custody.

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Just cause across industries: VI. Media, Communications, and Technology

The panelists use a hypothetical discharge to analyze just cause pertaining to the use of new technologies.

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