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On June 17, the Supreme Court, once again, issued a ruling protecting the Affordable Care Act from a legal demise. As Justice Alito put it in his dissent, this was the third installment in an “epic Affordable Care Act trilogy.”… Continue reading What’s Next? The New Frontier of ACA Battles
Cyberattacks can potentially cost companies millions of dollars, causing increased prices or insurance premiums for consumers. Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Practice Group members Anthony Hendricks and Jordan E.M. Sessler discuss the benefits to treating cybercrime as a national disaster in… Continue reading The U.S. Should Treat Cyberattacks as a National Disaster
A new federal rule enacted by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has raised concerns for employers of healthcare workers over the short compliance deadline. Labor & Employment Practice Group member Jaycee Booth discusses the potential financial burdens on employers… Continue reading Federal Protection for Healthcare Workers Raises Concerns
Despite clear guidance from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a federal court ruling giving the green light to employers that choose to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine, many employers remain hesitant to take that next step. The vast array of… Continue reading Gavel to Gavel: Some Employers Hesitant to Mandate Vaccines
COVID-19 has changed business standards for safety and operations, especially in sectors dealing directly with the virus. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently issued an Emergency Temporary Standard, or ETS, with new standards for protecting healthcare workers from the… Continue reading New OSHA Regulations Affect Healthcare Providers
The May 2021 cyberattack on Colonial Pipeline caused gasoline shortages up and down the East Coast and ultimately forced Colonial to pay millions of dollars in ransom to remove malicious software and fully restore its system’s capabilities. Cybersecurity & Data… Continue reading DarkSide Hack on Colonial Pipeline Fuels Regulators to Require Better Cybersecurity Protection
In a recently announced plan to amend the tax code, the Biden administration looks to inspire a shift from traditional fossil fuel energy toward green energy sources. Taxation Practice Group member Christopher R. Haunschild discusses the proposed green energy tax… Continue reading Opinion: Tax Proposals for Fossil Fuels and Green Energy
A federal judge in Texas recently ruled in favor of a Houston hospital regarding mandating the COVID-19 vaccine for employees. In an interview with KFOR, Labor & Employment Practice Group Co-chair Adam W. Childers discusses the judge’s ruling and the… Continue reading Can Employers Mandate Vaccines?
Preparing for storm season and how employers can continue to operate as needed following a disaster was the topic of a recent JR Now webinar. Labor & Employment Practice Group member Madalene A.B. Witterholt discusses how employers can plan ahead… Continue reading Experts: Employers Need an Emergency Plan
The Department of Homeland Security recently announced plans to issue cybersecurity regulations for oil and gas pipelines. Anthony Hendricks and Jordan E.M. Sessler, members of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Practice Group explain the new set of regulations and… Continue reading New Cybersecurity Rules for Pipelines are Good. Now Let’s Secure all the other Critical Infrastructure