Work in the Time of COVID-19: FAQs for Employers

Businesses that do not appreciate their data collection laws pay a dear price. Data collection practices must conform to at least one of four broad areas, depending on the business, including federal, state and foreign law, and the administrative state (a large alphabet soup of agencies). In an article published by Security Magazine, partner and co-chair of the firm’s privacy and cybersecurity practice Saad Gul outlines reasons a business should carefully reevaluate its data processing practices.

 

To read the full article, visit Security Magazine.

 

◀︎ Back to All News
What you Need to Know

Recent News

News

Meyer Summarizes EEOC Technical Update Corporate Compliance Insights

July 1, 2020
Read More
News

Gul Talks Cybersecurity In Wake of COVID-19 with North Carolina Lawyers Weekly

June 25, 2020
Read More
News

POYNER SPRUILL STATEMENT FOR JUSTICE

June 19, 2020
Read More
News

Gul and Slipsky Share Tips For Health Care Organizations Facing COVID-19 Cyber Attacks

June 9, 2020
Read More