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Tenth Circuit Affirms Damages Based on Revenue Credit, and Makes Clear That Arms-Length Service Agreements Without Evidence of A Prior Relationship Are Not Prohibited Transactions

USA - June 21 2021 On appeal following a bench trial of claims brought by a class of participants and beneficiaries of a 401(k) plan, the Tenth Circuit affirmed the…

René E. Thorne.

Indianapolis Eases Restrictions; Ends COVID-19 Mask Mandate for Fully Vaccinated Persons

USA - June 10 2021 In a move consistent with the updated Center for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 mask guidelines, the Indianapolis City-County Council has…

Brian L. McDermott, Robert Frederick Seidler.

Indiana Enacts Pregnancy Accommodations Law, Effective in July 2021

USA - April 22 2021 A new Indiana statute sets out the process for pregnant workers to seek a reasonable accommodation from their employers. The new law applies to…

Drew C. Ambrose.

Indiana Opens COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility to All Hoosiers; Relaxes Mask Mandate

USA - March 29 2021 With increased vaccine availability and decreased transmission over the past weeks, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has opened COVID-19 vaccination to…

Brian L. McDermott, Robert Frederick Seidler.

Vaccinated Grandparents Can Visit Indoors with Grandchildren, but what Do the New CDC Guidelines Mean at Work?

USA - March 12 2021 This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its first set of recommendations for fully vaccinated people. Significantly…

Tara K. Burke, Katrin Schatz.