Northern Kentucky Law Review - Law + Informatics Symposium on Labor and Employment Issues
Presented in association with the NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute and sponsored by Frost Brown Todd LLC - 5 Hours of CLE IN, KY, MN, & OH
The annual NKU Chase Law + Informatics Symposium was held on February 15, 2013. The symposium focused on issues in labor and employment related to informatics, including such topics as social media in the employment context, candidate screening practices, employee privacy, data security and appropriate policies, National Labor Relations Board actions, and proposed legislation to protect employee account access. The program included a day-long seminar and networking reception. Presentations delivered at the conference will be published by the Northern Kentucky Law Review.
- Richard Bales, NKU Chase College of Law
- François Quintin Cilliers, University of the Free State
- Christine Suzanne Davik, University of Maine School of Law
- Tawanda J. Edwards, Macy's Inc.
- Jon M. Garon, NKU Chase College of Law
- Saby Ghoshray, WorldCompliance Company and Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies
- Paul Harpur, TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland
- William A. Herbert, New York State Public Employment Relations Board
- David Allen Larson, Hamline University School of Law
- Michelle A. Poore, Judge Advocate General's Corps
- Barbara Wagner, NKU Chase College of Law
Special thank you to Frost Brown Todd LLC for sponsoring the symposium.
The NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute provides critical interdisciplinary research regarding law, regulation and industry practice as it is applied across complex information systems, emerging technology, and all areas of law. While not limited to any legal field, the NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute emphasizes intellectual property law, privacy, business and securities laws, international laws, and evidentiary rules because the creation, acquisition, aggregation, security, manipulation, and exploitation of data have the largest legal and societal consequences in these fields.