Posts Tagged ‘OKwomen-blogs’
Do Employees That Refuse to Vaccinate for COVID Receive Unemployment?
Breaking News on the 100+ Employee OSHA Rule The federal government today asked the 6th Circuit court of appeals in…Read More
DON’T LET THE “SNAKE ON A PLANE” BITE YOU
After investing considerable time, energy and financial resources, you and your spouse reach a settlement of your claims arising out…Read More
What is COVID-19 Discrimination? Three Takeaways from Recent EEOC Guidance.
COVID-19 issues seem to be destined to remain at the forefront of the workplace this holiday season. With holiday travel…Read More
ETS Legal Challenges, Requirements and Omissions
Ok, so now everyone’s heard that – as promised – OSHA’s new Emergency Temporary Standard has been issued and that,…Read More
COVID-19 and Legal Custody in North Carolina
When COVID-19 made its appearance in the United States in early 2020, there was an unprecedented race among pharmaceutical companies…Read More
Specific Details Announced for Mandatory Vaccination: Three Things to Know
Late last week, the Department of Labor’s Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) released long-awaited guidance on the Biden Administration’s…Read More
Five Important Tips If You Are Going Through A Separation
You’ve retained an attorney because you are going through a separation. Here are some suggestions for you to consider: MAKE…Read More
Unexpected Long-Lasting Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Employers
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly had long-lasting impacts on the workplace as we now enter the twentieth month of the…Read More
What is a Workplace Safety Policy? Three Important Takeaways from Recent Events.
The recent killing of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, on the set of the movie Rust, provides a solemn reminder that all…Read More
Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Finds Reckless Disregard for the Truth Equals Fraud, Cancels Trademark Registration
The U.S. trademark law provides that a trademark registration may be canceled if it was obtained fraudulently. A registration may…Read More