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- Beware of Tougher Breach Standards for Mental Health-Related PHI
Health Information Compliance Alert | June 1, 2016
Long Island health care associate Kristen Marotta is quoted in this piece on increasing tough standards related to sensitive health information.
- The Risk of Data Misuse by Health Care Co. Employees
Law360 | May 25, 2016
Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Tina Sciocchetti, health care partner Laurie Cohen and commercial litigation associate Michal Ovadia co-authored this column discussing the risks companies that collect or maintain sensitive personal information face when a rogue employee compromises data security.
- Evening The Score: A New Wave Of Equal Pay Act Claims
Law360 | May 3, 2016
Partner and Labor & Employment practice group co-leader Stacie Collier and Labor & Employment associate Steven Nevolis authored this column discussing claims by the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team alleging that members of the Women’s Team are unlawfully compensated at a much lower rate than their male counterparts, members of the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team. The article looks at the case itself, the increasing attention that the gender pay gap is receiving and what it means for employers.