The short post that I did on genetic testing earlier this week has provoked a further response from Daniel Solove (which can be found at http://www.concurringopinions.com/archives/2005/10/a_reply_to_rich_1.html) to my last posting. It further reveals the weakness of the case on behalf of any law that seeks to prohibit an employer from relying on genetic information.
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As my initial contribution to the University of Chicago webblog, I have chosen to defend (surprise!) a position that is widely regarded as unfashionable—or worse. The right of an employer to rely on or engage in genetic testing to decide whether to make an offer to a potential employee, and what kind of offer to make if he decides to go ahead.
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