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The Perils of Performing Work on Personal Devices: Best Practices for the Bring-Your-Own-Device Workplace

The impact of smartphone ownership can be felt in workplaces across the country, as more and more employees use these personal mobile devices for work purposes. This article examines four areas of law that employers of tech-savvy employees should stay up to date on, as well as recommendations for best practices, in order to protect both employers and employees from the legal and practical problems of the bring-your-own-device or BYOD workplace.
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The impact of smartphone ownership can be felt in workplaces across the country, as more and more employees use these personal mobile devices for work purposes. This article examines four areas of law that employers of tech-savvy employees should stay up to date on, as well as recommendations for best practices, in order to protect both employers and employees from the legal and practical problems of the bring-your-own-device or BYOD workplace.

Genevieve Ng is a Senior Counsel at Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai in San Francisco, California. Ms. Ng practices in the area of labor and employment law and provides workplace investigation services. She can be reached at gng@publiclawgroup.com. Sherry Lin is an Associate Attorney at Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai in San Francisco, California. Ms. Lin practices in the area of employment law, employment litigation, and labor law. She can be reached at slin@publiclawgroup.com.

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