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New Law Prohibits Employers from Discriminating Based on an Employee’s Reproductive Health Decision Making

The New York Labor Law now bans discrimination based on an employee’s “reproductive health decision making.”  You may recall that in May of 2019, New York City prohibited employment discrimination on the basis of an employee’s “sexual and reproductive health decisions.”  The new state law goes even further to extend the protected class status statewide and also adds additional requirements described below.

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New “Summary of Rights” FCRA Notices Required Effective September 21, 2018

On May 24, 2018, the President signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (the “Act”) into law, adding new Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) required notices.  The changes primarily impact consumer reporting agencies (“CRAs”) rather than employers, but one change adds a new required notice whenever a Summary of Consumer Rights is required by the FCRA’s Section 609.

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Recent FCRA Data Breach Class Action Decision: Statutory violations may be enough to establish Article III standing

In a recent decision, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the lower court’s ruling on a motion to dismiss and held that class action plaintiffs had Article III standing on the basis of their data security Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) claims.

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Recent FCRA Data Breach Class Action Decision: Statutory violations may be enough to establish Article III standing

In a recent decision, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the lower court’s ruling on a motion to dismiss and held that class action plaintiffs had Article III standing on the basis of their data security Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) claims.

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The Second Circuit Certifies Questions Regarding the Scope of Criminal Conviction History Discrimination Liability

The Second Circuit recently certified three questions regarding who may be held liable under New York State Human Rights Law Section 296(15) which prohibits discrimination on the basis of a criminal conviction record. 

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