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- Wearable devices pose data security problems
Rochester Business Journal | August 21, 2015
Rochester partner Jeff LaBarge and Rochester associate Joe Carello authored this column discussing legal issues surrounding wearable devices in the workplace.
- What you should know about social media
Daily Record | August 20, 2015
Rochester associates Joe Carello and Kate Martinez are quoted throughout this piece discussing tips for employers handling social media and data issues before, during, and after employment.
- State Bar Publishes Book on 2nd Amendment
New York Law Journal | August 13, 2015
Rochester Commercial Litigation partner David Tennant is mentioned in an article about the New York State Bar Association’s recently published book, Understanding the Second Amendment, Gun Regulation in America Today and Yesterday. The book is a result of the Bar’s Task Force on Gun Violence. David is chair of the Task Force.