The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) isn’t about the statutory rights of clones. It’s our newest nondiscrimination law. Why should you care? Because this is an expansive law, and most public safety agencies have policies or practices in place that violate at least one section of GINA.
Do you know?
- What an unlawful request for genetic information is?
- If a doctor performs an independent medical exam at the request of the employer and violates GINA, the employer can be held liable?
- What the “crime lab exception” is and why it is often interpreted incorrectly?