Workplace misconduct allegations involving discrimination and harassment complaints have been dominating headlines. The advent of social media platforms and the use of texting as a preferred means of communication have made it easier for would-be harassers to engage in non-professional behavior with colleagues and trigger misconduct allegations.

Ironically, these communication tools create a data trail that allows forensic technology analysts to expeditiously trace inappropriate interactions between parties and accelerate the lifecycle of misconduct allegations.

In a recent article for LegalTech News, Sean Tuttle and Patricia Smaldone outline how forensic technology augments workplace misconduct investigations and can help uncover information required to resolve these matters.

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Sean Tuttle

Sean Tuttle

Sean Tuttle, a Partner with StoneTurn, leads StoneTurn’s Forensic Technology practice and brings more than 16 years of experience in managing investigations and litigation matters involving technology as a principle […]

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Patricia Smaldone

Patricia Smaldone

Patricia Smaldone, VP of Human Resources with StoneTurn, brings more than three decades of experience as a human resources (“HR”) expert with an emphasis on strategic human resources management, talent […]

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