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The Legal Side of Private Security.

As employer/employee relationships change and industrial espionage increases, the need for good communication between the legal and security departments a so increases. The Legal Side of Private Security describes incidents and cases supporting that relationship. The book, which is well documented and eminently readable, fulfills a growing need.

Author Leo Hannon draws from his extensive experience at the National Labor Relations Board and twenty-plus years as managing counsel for a Fortune top-ten company. The chapter on intellectural property is itself worth the price of the book.

The material could be used as a textbook in a college course on security administration, as a reference work prior to making policy decisions, or just as good reading for security professionals
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Author:Leo, Thomas W.
Publication:Security Management
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Sep 1, 1993
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