Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”) Best Practices and Worst-Case Scenarios Surrounding Employee-Owned Devices in the Workplace

Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”) Best Practices and Worst-Case Scenarios Surrounding Employee-Owned Devices in the Workplace

Duration 1.5 hours | Costs $95

The days of an employer providing its employees with the personal devices of their choice are long gone. Now, advanced devices available like the iPhone and Android, employees themselves are bringing their own cutting-edge products into the workplace. This development has sparked the technologically revolutionary bring your own device movement (BYOD). While BYOD offers many benefits — cost-savings, greater efficiency and improved employee morale — it also has its pitfalls.

In this webinar Jason Habinsky and Jason Juceam summarize the legal and practical issues an employer must consider in order to safely and effectively maintain a BYOD program, including minimizing risk with a well-drafted BYOD policy. In addition, this presentation highlights the latest tech trends currently impacting employers, how organizations can use technology to protect themselves, and the different BYOD trends employees are adopting today.

Presented by

Jason Habinsky, Haynes & Boone

Jason Habinsky

Jason Habinsky is a partner in the labor and employment practice group in the New York office of Haynes & Boone. Mr. Habinsky counsels both small and large domestic and international clients on a wide range of employment-related issues, including discrimination, harassment, accommodation, wage and hour and employee benefits. His counseling also focuses on advising clients on improving the workplace in all respects, including drafting and revising employment policies and procedures, offering best practices on interviewing and hiring; and advising on employee discipline, reductions in force and terminations.

Mr. Habinsky has further developed an expansive range of experience advising clients on the latest hot-button issues affecting the workplace, such as those relating to privacy, technology and social media. He also has extensive experience litigating employment disputes of all types, including representing employers against claims alleging all types of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, wage and hour violations and breach of contract, before federal, state and local courts and agencies, and through alternative dispute resolution. In addition, Mr. Habinsky frequently litigates trade secret and unlawful competition disputes.

Jason Juceam, Haynes & Boone

Jason Juceam

Jason Juceam is an associate in the business litigation practice group in the New York office of Haynes & Boone. Mr. Juceam advises corporations on a variety of commercial and employment-related matters, including contract, unfair competition, trade secret and real estate disputes.

He has experience litigating matters in federal and state courts, before administrative agencies and through alternative dispute resolution. He also has experience advising companies on the impact of technological developments on issues relating to privacy and data security.

View this webinar to learn >

  • The primary legal issues and risks associated with BYOD
  • What employers should include in an effective BYOD policy
  • Which protective measures employers should implement to protect themselves from legal BYOD pitfalls
  • How new technology may change the BYOD landscape