Labor and Employment Law

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Final Score: HIPAA 1 - Retaliation 0
Posted on 5 Sep 2014 by Eric Meyer

See how a federal appellate court shut out a plaintiff's claims of retaliation after she was fired for forwarding confidential documents to herself, purportedly to preserve evidence for an age-discrimination lawsuit filed by a former coworker. ... Read More

NLRB Judge Strikes Down Termination Based on HIPAA Violation
Posted on 13 May 2015 by Jon Hyman

HIPAA. Five letters that strike fear into the heart of anyone that handles employee medical information. That is, anyone except an NLRB judge passing judgment on whether an employer was justified in firing a union-supporting employee for clear HIPAA violations... Read More

Does HIPAA Apply to Employers?
Posted on 3 Oct 2013 by Sands Anderson PC

by Ruth T. Griggs The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, better known as HIPAA, protects the privacy and security of patient health information . A common question from human resource managers has been what is the impact of HIPAA... Read More