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OSHA ETS COVID-19 ‘Vax or Test’ Requirement Stayed by Supreme Court, but Court Gives Green Light for Healthcare Vax Mandate to Be Enforced

USA - January 19 2022 The U.S. Supreme Court’s January 13 rulings on two different vaccination mandates had two different outcomes. The Court hit “pause” on the…

Katheryn Bradley, Priya B. Vivian

OSHA COVID-19 ETS Mandate for Large Employers Back on (for Now), but Many Uncertainties Still Remain

USA - December 21 2021 The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals on December 17 issued an order dissolving a nationwide injunction, thereby allowing the federal Occupational…

Katheryn Bradley

Court Orders and Challenges to OSHA ETS Mandating Vaccination and Testing: What Does This Mean for Employers?

USA - November 18 2021 Faced with multiple legal challenges and a blistering negative opinion from one Federal Court of Appeals, OSHA has announced it will "take no steps…

Katheryn Bradley, Shirley S. Lou-Magnuson, Christine Thelen

EEOC Says Employers Can Require COVID-19 Testing

USA - April 27 2020 The EEOC has issued welcome guidance for employers who are seeking to take all steps necessary to eradicate the virus from their facilities. This…

Christine Thelen

Oregon expands access to unemployment benefits

USA - March 25 2020 The Oregon Employment Department’s (OED) new rules provide expanded unemployment benefits to individuals unable to work because of the COVID‑19 public…

Christine Thelen