Nov 102014
 November 10, 2014  Posted by  Court, Laws, U.S.

Christopher Hoyme of Jackson Lewis  writes:

Most employers are well aware that potential liability lurks if unauthorized information is disclosed to third parties. Obvious examples would include unauthorized employee or applicant health or financial information or personal information such as social security numbers and the like.

In an interesting twist, the Minnesota Supreme Court considered whether liability could be created when disclosure of requested information was incomplete.

Read more about Larson v. The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, CMInformation Specialists, Inc., on National Law Review.

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