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Upcoming Events

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PLI’s Class Action Litigation Seminar 2015
PLI New York Center

The PLI will host the 2015 Class Action Litigation seminar on July 8th from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm ET.

7/12/2015 - 7/15/2015
American Railway Development Association 2015 Annual Meeting
The Westin Denver Downtown

The American Railway Development Association will be hosting its annual meeting from Sunday, July 12 to Wednesday, July 15 in Denver, Colorado. The program will present many panels on a variety of topics.

Pillsbury partner Michael Wallenstein will speak on a panel titled “Updates on Legal Issues.”

BYOD: Avoiding a Bring Your Own Disaster in Technology Use by Employees

Register now!

Convenience can come at a high price. Many risks materialize when employees have the ability to use their personal mobile devices for work. While employees need to know their rights associated with having access to work on their devices, they should also be aware of the company’s rights. If a personal mobile device becomes compromised, how does a company proceed if there is sensitive material on that device? Does your company need to enforce a BYOD policy?

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