Swirsky, Solander, Gunzenhauser, Ge Quoted in “Summertime, and Retail Sector Compliance Isn’t Easy”Corporate Counsel June 9, 2015
Steven M. Swirsky, Adam C. Solander, Nancy L. Gunzenhauser, and Brandon C. Ge were quoted in Corporate Counsel, in “Summertime, and Retail Sector Compliance Isn't Easy,” by Marlisse Silver Sweeney. (Read the full version — subscription required.)
Following is an excerpt:
“The paid sick leave trend is gaining traction,” says Nancy Gunzenhauser. “While Congress has not yet taken any action, three local jurisdictions enacted paid sick leave laws affecting private employers in 2015 so far,” she notes.…
Areas of concern include confidentiality, employee conduct toward the company, supervisors and fellow employees, interaction with third parties, company logos, copyrights and trademarks, and conflict of interest rules, according to Steven Swirsky.…
“In the past year, there has been an explosion in the number of cyberattacks targeting retail employee and consumer data,” say Adam Solander and Brandon Ge.
The article cites the May 2015 edition of Epstein Becker Green’s Take 5, “Five Employment, Labor, and Workforce Management Concerns Impacting Retailers.”