Laura Lapidus on Workplace Exposures in the Digital Age

From the 2016 PLUS Conference session “The eWorkplace: Exposures in the Digital Age,” Laura Lapidus of CNA joined us in the Media Zone to discuss evolving risks for employers and how carriers are responding.

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  1. How true.

    I am also finding that many plaintiffs are using their cell phones to record misconduct in the workplace, such that defense counsel should always demand production of this evidence, whether in discovery or at the administrative phase of the case. (Videos are not unheard of, either.)

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