Stephen B. Moldof appears on a panel at the 13th Annual Administrative Law, Labour and Employment Law Conference: At the Crossroads in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Stephen B. Moldof will appear on a panel presentation on Why Can’t We Be Friends? Social Media And Biometrics Meet Employee Privacy And Professional Responsibility/Privacy And Social Media In The American Workplace: An Emerging And Unsettled Landscape, which will discuss the effect of new technology on the investigation and presentation of evidence in labor and employment cases, including privacy and ethical concerns for workers, employers, unions and their counsel. A copy of his presentation can be found here.

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