Seven ways to eliminate smoking guns

With the explosion of high technology, communication is getting faster, but not necessarily better. All employees who use company computers, telephones and stationery should be trained to think defensively about the legal consequences of what they write or say. Formulating an effective document and e-mail management policy can reduce the risk of costly litigation.
Hanna Hasl-Kelchner, Reichhold Inc


 

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