On Tuesday, November 30, 2021, the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana issued a preliminary injunction, enjoining the CMS vaccination mandate effective November 5, 2021.
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On November 30, 2021, Judge Van Tatenhove of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky issued a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of the federal contractor COVID-19 vaccine mandate in Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee.
Patricia Anderson Pryor comments on how companies can respond to faith-based accommodations requests to vaccine mandates in “Religious Covid Vaccine Objections Can Come From ‘Church of One,'” published by Bloomberg Law.
Following such states as California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Oregon, Washington’s Governor Jay Inslee has issued Proclamation 21-14.3 to require certain workers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of such vaccination.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana has granted a preliminary injunction enjoining the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) from enforcing its COVID-19 vaccine mandate nationwide. Louisiana et al. v. Becerra et al., No. 3:12-CV-03970 (W.D. La. Nov. 30, 2021). This injunction takes immediate effect.
On November 30, 2021, a federal district court in Louisiana issued a nationwide injunction enjoining the implementation of the CMS mandate imposing COVID-19 vaccination requirements on covered healthcare providers. This decision follows that of the Eastern District of Missouri, which issued a similar injunction regarding the CMS mandate for Medicare and Medicaid certified providers and suppliers within the states of Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
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The Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML) has continued to issue guidance and clarifications regarding the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFML) since the law went into effect in January 2021.
A Superior Court judge has cleared the way for former Bristol Community College police chief Wayne Wood to sue the institution, on claims that he was fired in retaliation for his testimony in another officer’s sexual discrimination lawsuit that resulted in a $1 million judgement.
A Tennessee ambulance service provider will pay $450,000 and revise its prevention measures to resolve an EEOC lawsuit alleging it subjected female paramedics to sexual harassment and fired one woman for complaining, federal court records show.
Morgan Stanley & Co has settled a harassment lawsuit by a former trading associate who claimed he was subjected to inappropriate comments about his sexual orientation, inappropriate touching, sexual advances and offensive comments about his religion.
A split U.S. appeals court on Wednesday said it was reasonable for a former cloud-computing firm employee to believe that mistreatment of Philippines-based workers was unlawful even though it was not, and revived her lawsuit claiming she was fired for complaining.
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On November 30, 2021, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky issued an order granting a preliminary injunction to block the enforcement of the vaccine mandate for federal contractors and subcontractors in all covered contracts in Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee.