The Thorny Problem Of BlackBerrys

Law360, New York (April 7, 2011, 1:06 PM EDT) -- BlackBerrys, iPhones and similar mobile devices enabling users to check email, surf the web and watch videos are as ubiquitous these days as the home computer. They have been a boon to productivity, allowing businesses to be available 24/7 to clients and customers, and enabling near-constant (and instant) contact with employees to manage after-work-hours issues that arise.

But there is one thorn that employers may have overlooked in their zeal to harness the enhanced productivity that these mobile devices allow: the requirement that nonexempt employees be...
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