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Defensible Deletion After Information Theft Is Discovered

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April 15, 2015

What can a responsible employer do when it finds that a new hire has taken sensitive information from a former employer – a competitor of the company – and now that information is on the company’s computer systems? Can the company purge this information while also avoiding allegations of destroying evidence? In a Today’s General Counsel article, attorneys from Berman Fink Van Horn and the CEO of SullivanStrickler LLC consider the scenario and outline the formal protocols for “defensible deletion.”

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