About

I am the general counsel of a world-class non-profit organization and have worked as an employment lawyer with the nation’s leading plaintiff-side employment law firm.  In other words, I have sat at “both sides” of the employment litigation table.  I am also deeply interested in emerging technology and the legal and ethical issues that arise from those technologies.  Last, undoubtedly, technologically savvy lawyering is essential to modern risk management.

  • If you’d like to know more about me, you can click over to my profile on LinkedIn.
  • If you’d like to email me, feel free to do so at steve@workplacetechlaw.com.
  • If you’d like to know more about why I am writing this, you can click over to my inaugural post.

Thank you for visiting!

Steve

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