By Karla Grossenbacher and Christopher W. Kelleher

Seyfarth Synopsis:  A string of recent class action lawsuits regarding businesses’ use of employees’ biometric data should put employers on heightened alert regarding compliance with various state biometric privacy laws.

As biometric technology has become more advanced and affordable, more employers have begun implementing procedures and systems that

By: Elizabeth McKeeGabriel Mozes and Jason E. Burritt

Seyfarth Synopsis: The U.S. Department of State has recently issued a new supplemental questionnaire that will enable officers at U.S. Consulates and Embassies to carry out enhanced and burdensome screenings of certain applicants for nonimmigrant and immigrant visas to the U.S.

As part of

By Karla Grossenbacher

Over the past several years, technology has dramatically increased employee accountability in the workplace. For example, in an office environment, employees are expected to respond to emails immediately because they are either sitting in front of their computers or carrying a mobile device on which they can access their email.  As for

Data privacy issues keeping you awake at night?  Our colleagues, part of Seyfarth’s Global Privacy and Security Team (GPS), are here to help shed some light on this increasingly more complex body of law.  See the blog posted here.  Also, please consider joining us up for an upcoming webinar, on September 22, 2015,