Overly Quoted on Use of Personal Phone for Work Email

22 April 2013 NBCNews.com News

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Partner Mike Overly was recently quoted in an NBCNews.com article titled, "Use Your Personal Smartphone for Work Email? Your Company Might Take It.” The article discusses the potential risks that “bring your own device” (BYOD) policies pose from the employee and company perspectives. Mr. Overly discusses the possibility of employees having their personal phones confiscated if their employer is involved in a civil or criminal litigation matter during the discovery phase of a trial.

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