As I’ve noted before, the appellate courts in Connecticut release their decisions in advance of an "official" publication date for various reasons. I’ve now read over the Appellate Court’s upcoming decision in Paylan v. St. Mary’s Hospital Corp. a few times trying to discern the big lesson for employers to take from this employment
When an Employer Is Sued (or Even Before) — Preserve Electronic Data
By Daniel Schwartz on
Posted in Litigation
You’re an employer in Connecticut. You’ve just been sued. Besides contacting a lawyer (and you ARE contacting a lawyer, right?), what else are you doing about the new case?
A new case in Connecticut suggests that preserving electronic data should be a top priority. Why? Because under new court rules, failure to do so could…