Surveillance in the workplace continues to evolve with technology.

From managing productivity and workplace safety to the protection of confidential information, workplace surveillance can be a useful tool.

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“Lawyer of the Year” designations in labor & employment law related areas by Best Lawyers since 2010.

30 + years of experience

Years of experience representing companies in labor relations matters.

We are well-versed in balancing the interests of businesses and the privacy rights of employees.

We keep pace with rapidly changing industry trends that impact the efficiency, resources and outcomes of our clients’ businesses.

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Attorney Troy A. Price

Troy A. Price

Partner

Little Rock, AR

Troy is one of only a handful of Arkansas attorneys selected on merit as a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers. Membership in the Academy is open only to those who have at least 15 years of excellence in appellate practice.

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Regina Young

Regina A. Young

Partner

Little Rock, AR

When litigation arises, Regina first seeks to understand her clients’ goals, and then leverages her extensive experience in state and federal court to defend against wrongful discharge claims, state and federal claims of unlawful discrimination, and various employment-related actions.

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Jane A. Kim

Partner

Little Rock, AR

Jane A. Kim, a Chicago-area native, has been practicing in the employment law field since 2007, when she moved to Little Rock to start her legal career at Wright Lindsey Jennings.

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Daveante Jones

Associate

Little Rock, AR

Daveante’s focus as of late has been assisting employers with non-competition and confidentiality issues, including counseling on and drafting employment agreements, litigating issues arising from such agreements, and presenting and writing on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on employee retention and the need for effective confidentiality and non-competition agreements.

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Increasingly, businesses rely on workplace surveillance to protect their interests and the interests of their employees. Surveillance arises out of and intersects with a variety of issues in today’s modern workplace, including the protection of trade secrets and confidential information, data security and cybersecurity, deficient employee job performance, the potential for workplace injuries, and the protection of employees from harassment and violence in the workplace. The attorneys at Wright Lindsey Jennings are well-versed in balancing the interests of businesses and the privacy rights of employees. We can help you develop workplace surveillance protocols that comply with state and federal law and can also assist with communicating those protocols to your employees, as needed.

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