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EEOC’s focus may signal forthcoming guidance

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s recent focus on compliance and enforcement issues surrounding laws barring national origin-based job bias has some attorneys wondering if new guidance may be forthcoming. The EEOC held a meeting on Nov. 13 to address the ...

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Medicaid compliance big issue for New York

Protecting the state from Medicaid fraud, abuse or just plain mistakes is an important aspect of the work of the New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) since the state spends more for Medicaid than any other state in the country.

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ADA reaches milestone with mixed results

The Americans with Disabilities Act turned 21 this week with various levels of success and failure. Diane Coleman, director of advocacy for Rochester’s Center for Disability Rights Inc., was in Washington in July 1990 helping to support passage of the law ...

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Whistleblowers can report directly to SEC

Employees who want to blow the whistle on their employer’s possible violations of federal securities laws will soon be able to bypass their company’s internal compliance and reporting programs.

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RGGI nets $32.7M for the state

New York’s share of the latest carbon dioxide pollution allowance auction under the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative comes to about $32.7 million, state officials announced last week.

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