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New Federal Court Decisions Pave the Way for COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates for Employers and Education Institutions
With COVID-19 anxiety rising amid the B.1.617.2 (Delta) variant currently circulating in the United States and more states, employers, and education institutions (private and public higher education and K-12) adopting or considering vaccine (and mask...
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Considerations for Employers Contemplating a COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate (September 2021 Update)
September 2021 Update | Originally published on December 31, 2020 (see below) While the considerations for voluntary adoption of a COVID-19 vaccination mandate for the workforce have not changed significantly since this alert was published at the...
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Federal Government Issues New Vaccination Mandates, With More to Come
On Thursday, September 9th, President Biden announced a renewed attack on COVID-19 in the form of workplace vaccination mandates. First, the President signed an Executive Order requiring federal employees and federal contractor employees to be vacci...
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Employment Law Alliance Podcast: Return to Work Issues in Alaska
Presented by the Employment Law Alliance, Amy Robinson joins the Employment Matters Podcast for Episode 278: Return to Work Issues in Alaska. Amy discusses return to work planning, vaccination mandates, masking, and other related issues as Alaska emp...
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Washington Supreme Court Provides First Guidance on CDC Eviction Moratorium Days Before the Emergency Measure is Set to Expire
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, scant interpretive guidance has been provided to help businesses, individuals, and attorneys to navigate the various emergency orders and moratoriums concerning evictions in Washington. On July 22, just over...
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Mortgage Payments Forborne Under the CARES Act? A Supplemental Proof of Claim May Be Needed if Your Borrower is in Bankruptcy
Over the last year, mortgage servicers have granted forbearances for certain loans pursuant to provisions enacted in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. When the affected borrower is in bankruptcy, servicers should be awar...
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