In This Issue:

- Key Provisions In the Final Omnibus HIPAA/HITECH Rules and What They Mean for You

- NLRB and EEOC May Target Employer Efforts to Keep Employees Quiet During Internal Investigations

- The Power of “I’m Sorry”

- US Citizenship and Immigration Services Publishes New I-9 Form

- Excerpt from The Power of I’m Sorry:

In the 1970s movie Love Story, Ali McGraw looks up at her big-screen husband, Ryan O’Neal, and utters the movie’s most famous line – “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” That line works pretty well in a Hollywood blockbuster, but in the real world, not so much.

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Topics:  Anti-Retaliation Provisions, Business Associates, Confidential Employer Investigations, Data Protection, Deadlines, EEOC, Healthcare, HIPAA, HIPAA Omnibus Rule, HITECH, I-9, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, NLRB, Notice Requirements, Title VII, USCIS

Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Health Updates, Immigration Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Privacy Updates

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