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On Nov. 5, OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) became official for private employers with more than 100 employees. Seema Nanda, the Department of Labor’s solicitor, maintains OSHA has full authority to implement the ETS in order… Continue reading What Employers Should Know About Vaccine Mandate
It used to be that banks only had to worry about old-fashioned robbers with a mask and a gun. Today’s sophisticated network hackers have presented banks and their customers with an entirely different adversary. Despite increased attention and preventive measures,… Continue reading Gavel to Gavel: Sophisticated Hackers Mandate Heightened Protection for Wire Transfers
Oklahomans will soon be unable to appoint a designee to make health care decisions on their behalf in the form of a power of attorney. Nov. 1 marks the date House Bill 2548 goes into effect, legislation that establishes Oklahoma’s… Continue reading Changes to Affect Ability to Designate Healthcare Decision-Makers
Indian Law & Gaming Practice Group Chair Mike McBride III was recently featured in the 2021 Oklahoma Super Lawyers Magazine. Mike discusses how growing up in Osage County shaped his appreciation and respect for the Osage people and their culture,… Continue reading Teaching Tragedy: Mike McBride Lectures on Killers of the Flower Moon
The Biden administration has been locked in negotiations with a few centrist members of its own party in Congress over the extent to which taxes will increase and government expenditure programs will expand. Given the fluidity of the situation, there… Continue reading Tax Increases Expected Soon
The Biden administration recently announced private employers can expect new workplace vaccination standards in the form of emergency rules from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. While some businesses have already implemented COVID-19 vaccination mandates, the new OSHA rule would… Continue reading Six Points for Employers about Vaccine Mandates
Chief Justice John Roberts began his dissent in McGirt v. Oklahoma with a valid concern for destabilization of governance in much of Oklahoma. The majority’s holding, he warned, “creates significant uncertainty for the State’s continuing authority over any area that… Continue reading Gavel to Gavel: McGirt and Energy Regulation – Where Do Things stand?
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought new attention to vaccine mandates, an issue sparking difference of opinion throughout the country. The Biden Administration recently announced additional measures to encourage vaccination in the workplace, including required immunization or testing as a condition… Continue reading OSHA Rules Expected on Workplace Vaccine Mandates
Patients who experience lingering symptoms of COVID-19 may qualify for special protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), according to federal guidance published in July. Commonly referred to as “COVID long-haulers,” some individuals may qualify for the rights and… Continue reading Post-acute COVID May Put Employers in it for Long Haul
President Biden recently issued his plan to increase vaccination rates across America, leaving many to question how government mandates impact their personal freedoms. Labor & Employment Practice Group member Madalene A.B. Witterholt discusses the role that federal agencies such as… Continue reading Business Viewpoint: Can the President Really Mandate Vaccines?