The Supreme Court of the United States ("SCOTUS") issued two rulings related to vaccine mandates that involved the Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (“OSHA”) and the vaccine mandate for health care workers.
On Friday, December 17, 2021, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted the stay on OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standards (“ETS”). The Court held that OSHA did not exceed its statutory authority in issuing the ETS because the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act “requires OSHA to issue an emergency standard if necessary to protect workers from a ‘grave danger’ presented by ‘exposure to substances or agents determined to be toxic or physically harmful or from new hazards.’”
Retired and Rehired: The IRS had previously issued FAQs to explain the retirement plan rules of the CARES Act. The original guidance answered questions about expanded distribution options and favorable tax treatment for retirement distributions needed because of the impact of coronavirus.
Barrett McNagny LLP is proud to announce that Robert Keen and Patrick Murphy were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 as “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective practice areas.
Barrett McNagny LLP is pleased to announce that Brandon J. Almas has joined the firm. He joins the real estate team assisting clients with the purchase, sale and redevelopment of real estate and land use planning.
President Biden has ordered the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) to develop an emergency temporary standard to address vaccination requirements for private employers. Under the administration’s six-part “Path Out of the Pandemic” action plan, there are several proposals expected to impact private employers and health care workers.
Even when an adoption is uncontested, it is important to follow the statutory procedure so that the adoption is completed properly and that there are no errors and that, following the necessary hearing, your child is officially and legally yours.
College athletes are eligible to earn compensation related to the use of their NAme, Image and Likeness (“NAIL$”). At least 10 states have in effect laws governing how NAIL$ will be regulated. Since the NCAA cannot create state or federal legislation, the NCAA simply suspended its rules regulating student athlete's eligibility regarding NAIL$ compensation.
The necessity of union representation has dwindled as working conditions have improved, federal and state laws protecting workers and ensuring fair work practices have been implemented and enforced, and the structure of the modern workplace has evolved. This article covers three steps an employer should take to implement a union free business philosophy and preserve a union free workplace.
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