By Leo F. Hannon
Businesses today are confronted with increased tensions in the workplace, pressures by activist groups, and sophisticated means of stealing their tangible and intangible properties. Security- related responses to real or perceived threats have generated considerable legal activity and the results are often confusing and contradictory. Hannon's purpose is to make sense out of these cases by giving an overview of security-related legal exposures, then identifying the rights of the parties involved in varying situations, and analyzing the methods different courts use in balancing those rights.
- Westport, CT