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Author: Lawrence Moore

Reproductive Genetic Screening: More Questions Than Answers

The Genomics Law Report has published a couple of guest commentaries recently dealing with genetic screening—a topic our own Adam Doerr also addressed in two posts this summer dealing with “wrongful life” claims brought against sperm banks by children with genetic diseases inherited from their donor fathers. Such claims are premised on the failure of […]

Federal Privacy Regulation and the Financially Troubled DTC Genomics Company

Last month, the Genomics Law Report prepared a three-part series entitled What Happens if a DTC Genomics Company Goes Belly Up?  The series, which was originally published on Genetic Future (see Parts 1, 2 and 3), reviewed the privacy policies of several genomics companies to determine whether they prohibit the transfer of private data to third parties. […]

What Happens if a DTC Genomics Company Goes Belly Up?

The following post was originally published in three parts on September 14, 15 and 16 in Genetic Future. Direct-to-consumer (DTC) genomics companies are not immune to the current recession. When TruGenetics, a new player in the DTC genomics space, announced in June that it would be handing out 10,000 free genome scans, both Genetic Future […]

What Happens When a Personal Genomics Company Goes Bankrupt

The first and second installments of a three-part series of guest posts by GLR contributors Daniel Vorhaus and Lawrence Moore are up today at Daniel MacArthur’s excellent Genetic Future blog. In this series, we consider what would happen to all of the personal information provided by customers of a personal genomics company if the company […]