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The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in December 2015 to help mitigate the risk of inadvertent disclosure of privileged information present in virtually every litigation. Such risk, however, is particularly acute in litigation involving trade secrets, non-competition, non-solicitation, and/or non-disclosure agreements. Employee mobility litigation poses a special risk for inadvertent disclosure because of the email address “autofill” function common in various email programs. Needless to say, employees use work-issued email accounts.  Even after…
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in December 2015 to help mitigate the risk of inadvertent disclosure of privileged information present in virtually every litigation. Such risk, however, is particularly acute in litigation involving trade secrets, non-competition, non-solicitation, and/or non-disclosure agreements. Employee mobility litigation poses a special risk for inadvertent disclosure because of the email address “autofill” function common in various email programs. Needless to say, employees use work-issued email accounts.  Even after…