Employment Law Update

New COVID-19 Guidance for Your Lab from EEOC

By Mike O’Brien bio The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently updated its COVID-19 guidance page, addressing a number of issues. Here are some of them: On coronavirus testing, … [Read more...]

Employment Law Update

Supreme Court ruling extends workplace protections to LGBTQ workers

By Mike O’Brien bio SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND TRANSGENDER STATUS NOW ARE PROTECTED CLASSES NATIONALLY: Federal civil rights law protects gay, lesbian, and transgender employees, the United States … [Read more...]

Employment Law

Coronavirus pushing rapid changes in employer law

By Mike O’Brien bio Employer law is rapidly changing amid the coronavirus pandemic. For one thing, Congress has passed another coronavirus related law. The United States Department of Labor (DOL) … [Read more...]


Immigration alert, social media, salary threshold, minimum wage, trafficking and more

By Mike O’Brien bio Immigration alert—more Social Security “no-match” letters to issue this fall: The Social Security Administration (SSA) has announced its plan to mail a second set of “no-match … [Read more...]


Genetic Testing Fraud Prosecutions are on the Rise around the Country. Are Your Genetic Testing Practices Compliant?

By Robert Liles bio Over the last year, a number of genetic testing fraud investigations and prosecutions have been initiated by Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE investigators and auditors. While the … [Read more...]