IL Genetic Information Privacy Act

Ilinois Genetic Information Privacy Act

The Genetic Information Privacy Act (GIPA) of Illinois is a law designed to safeguard genetic information of individuals. It outlines specific rules and regulations regarding the use, disclosure, and protection of genetic data. Violations come with stiff penalties: $2,500 in liquidated damages for negligent violations, rising to $15,000 or higher for intentional or reckless violations.

You may have a claim. If you are a resident of Illinois, and you have:

  1. Been asked to provide private family medical history, which includes genetic information, at a job
  2. Been asked to provide private family medical history, which includes genetic information, at a job interview

Our attorneys are investigating violations of the Illinois Genetic Information Privacy Act (GIPA). For a free legal consultation:

Free Private Legal Consultation
Call Our 24/7 Legal Hotline
1-800-689-0024

About Schneider Wallace

Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky LLP is a national law firm that represents consumers in a wide range of consumer protection and privacy cases. If you believe you had a violation of GIPA, BIPA, or other privacy laws, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our attorneys. Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky LLP is a national law firm that represents citizens in protecting their rights. Contact us at 1-800-689-0024.  





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