Clark Hill Attorney Kevin Levine Published in The Delaware Bar Journal
Clark Hill attorney Kevin Levine was recently published in the May issues of the Delaware Bar Journal. The article is titled "Zooming In on the Security Risks of Videoconferencing," and covers the ethical issues involving using Zoom video conferencing. In the article, Kevin addresses three main issues:
- What rules apply to maintaining client confidentiality?
- What are the security concerns associated with Zoom?
- What should I do to address these concerns and comply with the rules?
Levine is an Associate in the Labor & Employment in Clark Hill’s Philadelphia office. He focuses on the representation and counseling of public and private employers in labor matters such as grievance and disciplinary arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges, and collective bargaining. He also assists employers faced with a broad range of employment litigation issues, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour disputes.
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