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February 2010

The Eleventh Circuit Draws Fine Line Between Actionable And Un-Actionable Sexually-Charged Banter In The Workplace

Two cases recently addressed by the federal appeals court for Georgia, Alabama, and Florida have drawn a fine distinction between language constituting sexual harassment and language found not to constitute actionable sexual harassment.
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Simply "Going through the Motions" With E-Discovery Creates Serious Risks

It is easy to understand that intentionally destroying evidence during a lawsuit will get you into serious trouble. But an important federal case published last week is making waves in the world of e-discovery because it demonstrates that companies risk serious consequences, even when they do not intentionally destroy evidence, by simply not being as thorough as they could have been in preserving and collecting electronic evidence.
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