Illinois Federal Court Permits Biometric Privacy Case To Proceed

Randi Klein Hyatt
Randi Klein Hyatt
06/18/2018
Employers of all sizes attempt to balance the need for accountability in timekeeping and having employees accurately report their hours worked with respect for employees’ privacy.  To accomplish these goals in the era of modern technology, in addition to unique computer login information for individual workstations and employer-issued computers, some employers use other state-of-the-art technology such as fingerprint scanning systems. A recent...
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GINA Gets Her First Class Action Suit

Randi Klein Hyatt
Randi Klein Hyatt
05/19/2013
The Genetic Information and Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) was enacted in 2008 and became effective for employment purposes on November 21, 2009.  GINA makes it unlawful for an employer to “request, require, or purchase” an individual’s genetic information, which includes the “manifestation of a disease or disorder” in the individuals’ family members.  While there is a sizeable list of prohibitions that GINA has put in place, the biggest...
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