An image of a DNA strand.

Living DNAngerously

Jan. 31, 2019 by

DNA testing is powerful and valuable, and grows more powerful every day. But like most advanced science, it is not with out its perils, some of them unforeseen. There are laws in place that address some protections against genetic discrimination, including GINA, (the Genetic Information Non-discrimination Act, a US federal law), but they are far from comprehensive.

Must You Identify Yourself to Police?

Must You Identify Yourself to Police?

Aug. 4, 2016 by

In the wake of the recent (August 2016) shooting death of Korryn Gaines, a number of people have posed questions to me about 1) the “sovereign citizens” movement, and 2) whether you are required, by law, to identify yourself to

Are you exhausted?

Are you exhausted?

May. 7, 2013 by

Administrative Remedies An important issue in many employment litigation situations – especially discrimination claims – is “exhaustion of administrative remedies.”  The basic principle coming into play here is that you can’t sue someone for not fixing a problem if you