Professor Hoffman and I agree: there ought to be some laws, but I want to talk to you a little bit about two possible, two real goals here. One is to ask you to critically evaluate whether a federal statute is the right remedial response at this point in time, and secondly, to ask you to start thinking about the possibility of drafting into service what we in law refer to as traditional state common-law approaches that actually might give us more and better ways to remedy what's going on than simply turning to Congress.


Symposium: Is there a Pink Slip in your Genes - Genetic Discrimination in Employment and In Health Insurance