Another employer has settled a GINA class action brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – for $187,500.

The EEOC told a Practising Law Institute conference two years ago of a number of workplace issues which it planned to address, one of which was targeting violations of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. The law was new, and few cases had been filed.

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