On the November 18, 2022, RiskTrends™ Trusted Insight podcast, attorneys Jack McCalmon, Leslie Zieren, and Emily Brodzinski examined $1.1 billion-dollar jury verdict award against Charter Spectrum, arising out of the murder of an elderly customer by a Charter Spectrum employee. Charter Spectrum was previously ordered to pay $7 billion in punitive damages for gross negligence in the supervision/retention of the employee, and for its claimed forgery of an after-the-fact arbitration agreement, in an attempt to cap damages. The trio discussed customer safety, background checks, cover ups, and negligent retention.
At the beginning of the 20-minute podcast, the trio addressed a question generated by the previous podcast: "Can/should an employer put a video camera in an employee's home office?"
On The Next Podcast:
On the next RiskTrends™ Trusted Insight podcast, the trio will discuss a $12.8 million dollar embezzlement in which an employee pled guilty to submitting fraudulent expense reimbursements for years to fund his webcam girlfriend, providing her about $6 million.
Meanwhile, here is the link to the 11-18-22 podcast: "RiskTrends™ Trusted Insight Podcast: Billion Dollar Verdict Highlights Negligent Retention Risks For Employers".
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