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The IRS will not flag, identify or otherwise note a SSN that may be subject to identity theft and subsequent tax fraud. Go figure....

Nearly every day there’s another news story about another company suffering a data breach, either as a result of a lost or stolen device or because the company was hacked. Talk to any number of knowledgeable attorneys skilled...more

Employee Identity Theft - Responses and Obligations

You have done all of your work, you have completed the I-9, carefully checked all of the appropriate documents, utilized e-verify, done your background checks and suddenly you have that sinking feeling in the pit of your...more

Week in Review - January 16, 2014

This week's headlines charged employers with preserving and protecting data in the workplace. This advice is timely given that this week is “Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week,” a time when employers are reminded to safeguard...more

Immigration Corner: Snapshots of Both Big Picture and Meaningful Small-Scale Developments in the World of Immigration

On November 18, 2013, E-Verify announced an enhancement to combat identity fraud. USCIS can now “lock out” social security numbers that appear to have been used fraudulently. Once locked out, “tentative non-confirmations”...more

New Security Enhancement to E-Verify Meant to Deter Identity Theft May Create Increased Bureaucracy for Employers

On November 18, 2013, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the implementation of a new program meant to help combat fraud and identity theft. The new E-Verify safeguard enables USCIS to “lock” a...more

New York Enacts Broad-Reaching Law Limiting the Collection of Social Security Numbers

On December 14, 2012, New York enacted A.8992-A/S.6608-A (the “SSN Privacy Law”) into law to help minimize identity theft. The SSN Privacy Law is broad reaching – it applies not only to businesses operating in New York but...more

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