Raleigh, N.C. – Smith Anderson partner Kim Korando presented “Employee Personal Devices: Employer Monitoring and Access Rights and Limitations” at the North Carolina Bar Association’s Hot Topics in Technology and the Law program held on February 27, 2015. Kim discussed the legal issues arising from employers’ increasing practice of allowing or requiring employees to use personally-owned smartphones, tablets and other devices to conduct their work and offered practical ways for employers to address both their individual and their employees’ concerns relating to monitoring and access rights. The presentation featured best practices in developing policies and user agreements to maximize employers’ rights and minimize potential liability.
About Kim Korando
Kim Korando is a frequent speaker and writer on employment and human resource issues in the business and legal community. She is recognized as one of North Carolina’s leading labor and employment lawyers by Chambers USA, North Carolina Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America® and Business North Carolina’s “Legal Elite.” Kim leads Smith Anderson’s Employment, Labor and Human Resources practice group. For more information, please visit her bio on SmithLaw.com.
About Smith Anderson
Founded in 1912, Smith Anderson has grown to become the largest business and litigation law firm headquartered in the Research Triangle region and one of the largest in North Carolina. We provide a full range of legal services to a diverse and dynamic group of regional, national and international companies. Over one hundred years of practicing law has grounded our Firm's culture, informed our perspective and provided us the insight necessary to help our clients succeed. Over time, our core principles have remained unchanged. We remain personally dedicated to the success, prosperity and betterment of our clients, our friends and the communities we serve. For more information, please visit www.SmithLaw.com.