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EEOC SETTLES FIRST GINA SUIT

Employer liability for violating the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) is no longer theoretical. The EEOC has announced its first-ever GINA settlement. A large fabric distributor agreed to pay $50,000 and provide other relief to resolve alleged violations of GINA and the ADA. What did the employer do wrong? According to the EEOC, it erred when …

WHAT EMPLOYERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NEW HIPAA RULE

As discussed in our last webinar, in late January the Department of Health and Human Services issued its much-anticipated 563-page final omnibus rule regulating protected health information. As promised, here’s a guide to what employers really need to know. What’s It All About? According to the HHS Press Release, the rule “marks the most sweeping changes …

EMPLOYMENT LAW MADE UN-SCARY: GINA

Employment laws can be confusing and downright scary. They don’t have to be. As a public service, from now until my special Halloween webinar Answers to the World’s Scariest Employment Law Questions, I’ll be tackling each major law one by one to give you what you REALLY need to know. By the end, you’ll have …

Medical Week: GINA

In last week’s Quarterly Employment Law Thermometer, our Blawg visitors identified “Medical Issues” as by far the #1 most headache-inducing employment law issue. To help lower your temperature, over the next several days we’ll be answering your medical-related questions. Today’s topic: the Genetic Information Nondiscrmination Act (GINA). Here are the questions . . . What’s …

New GINA Cheat Sheet

The EEOC recently issued its much-anticipated regulations implementing the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA). The regs will become effective January 9, 2011. As promised, here is our updated GINA Cheat Sheet. Print it out, frame it and hang it in your workspace. Here’s a quick summary of some of the changes made by the new …

EEOC Issues GINA Regulations

The EEOC has issued its much-anticipated regulations implementing the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA). The regs will become effective January 9, 2011. What’s GINA All About? GINA has been in place since November 21, 2009. Click here for our GINA Cheat Sheet, which gives a nice overview of the law. In short, GINA: (1) prohibits …

Are You Ready for GINA?

The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) goes into effect November 21. Are you ready? In short, GINA imposes strict confidentiality rules on genetic information and prohibits: discrimination based on genetic information; employers from collecting genetic information, with very narrow exceptions; health insurers and plans from requiring genetic testing and from discriminating  based on genetic information …

New EEOC Poster

The EEOC has updated its required Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law poster to include information on the Genetic Information Non-discrimination Act (GINA) and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, as well as updates from the Department of Labor. Click here to print out or order the new poster from the EEOC web site.

Proposed GINA Regulations Published

The EEOC has officially published its proposed Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) regulations here. Here’s the EEOC’s press release. The publication kicks off a 60-day comment period. The EEOC is seeking opinions on many topics, including: the proper definition of “genetic testing,” “genetic information,” “genetic monitoring” and the term “voluntary” as it relates to a “voluntary wellness …

New GINA Regulations

The EEOC will publish proposed regulations on the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) in the next few days. GINA was signed into law on May 21, 2008. It imposes strict confidentiality requirements and prohibits employers from taking adverse employment action based on genetic information. Click here for a detailed summary of the law. The EEOC …