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Program by Partners Karl Heisler, Michael Klyce and Catherine Sun Wood Featured in Law360 Article on Discovery Risks Associated with Mobile Devices

Firm News | October 23, 2012
A program presented by Karl Heisler, Michael Klyce and Catherine Sun Wood, partners in Katten's Washington, D.C. office, was featured in an article in Law360 about the challenges of allowing employees to use personal mobile devices for work. As Mr. Klyce points out, “Companies have less control over data stored on handheld devices than on traditional devices,” which poses serious risks, including security breaches and loss of data. The “bring your own device” model also raises employee privacy concerns, creating the need for a clear policy on employers’ access to data. Ms. Wood explains, “To the extent than an employee is generating work product on a personal device, a company has an obligation to extract that data.” (“Separating Mobile Work and Play Helps Curb Discovery Issues,” October 23, 2012.)
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