In this episode, Trey Cammack reviews three separate nationwide preliminary injunctions on federal mandates for COVID-19 vaccine and testing in the workplace. These separate injunctions apply to CMS’s Interim Final Rule, OSHA’s ETS, and the vaccine mandate established for federal contractors pursuant to Executive Order 14042. Trey discusses some practical considerations for employers in light of the current stays and litigation.
In this episode, Trey Cammack reviews current injunctions, filings, challenges, and the legal status of mandates for vaccinations. The discussion includes pending challenges to OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Interim Final Rule, and Executive Order 14042 for federal contractors.
In this episode, Trey Cammack reviews the current status of OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard on mandatory testing and vaccinations for employers with over 100 employees, including active litigation regarding OSHA’s ETS. Trey further discusses the status of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)’s Interim Final Rule regarding mandatory vaccines. Updated deadlines on federal contractor mandates and the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force are further discussed. Lastly, he discusses a brief before the Fifth Circuit on public policy exception to the at will doctrine related to vaccine mandates in Texas.
In this episode, Trey Cammack reviews the November 4, 2021 Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Emergency Temporary Standard for mandatory vaccination and testing requirements for employers with a 100 or more employees. The discussion includes an analysis of the language from the Federal Register, upcoming compliance deadlines, and considerations for employers to watch.
In this episode, Trey Cammack discusses the most recent Executive Order from President Biden before covering the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force guidance for federal contractors. Further analyzed is Governor Abbott’s most recent two Executive Orders, GA-39 and GA-40, and their prohibitions on mandatory vaccinations.
In this episode, Trey Cammack discusses yesterday’s announcement by President Biden that OSHA will be issuing emergency temporary standards requiring all employers with a 100 or more employees to provide vaccinations or routine testing for COVID-19.
In this episode, Trey Cammack reviews current guidance, updated case law, and practical considerations for employers who are considering mandating vaccines or incentivizing employees to get vaccinated.
In this episode, Trey Cammack reviews law, regulations, and practical considerations related to determining whether or not an employee has received their vaccine, including permissible methods to request this information and considerations for protecting any information collected.
With the new changes to sexual harassment legislation going into effect on September 01, 2021, it’s essential that you understand them. Join Preferred Counsel’s Host, Morgan Matson, and guest host, Counsel at Schmoyer Reinhard LLP, Trey Cammack as they discuss the extension of the statute of limitations on sexual harassment claims, a broader definition of employers and the timeline of employer responsiveness to a claim. Tune in to hear how this new liability for sexual harassment will change the workplace.
Welcome to the very first episode of the Schmoyer Reinhard Employment Law Podcast! In our first episode, Trey Cammack discusses updated guidance from the CDC regarding fully vaccinated persons and OSHA regarding mitigating and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace. Further, this episode covers guidance from the State of Texas for fully vaccinated persons and an Executive Order from Governor Abbott regarding mask mandates by public employers.
With the new, no-mask mandate set by Texas Governor Abbott on May 18, 2021, what are employers to do with vaccines and the tangled Covid web? Join Preferred Counsel’s host, Morgan Matson, and guest host, Counsel at Schmoyer Reinhard LLP, Trey Cammack as they discuss how employers are navigating mask-wearing and Covid-19 vaccination within their employees. Tune in to hear how certain laws differ among private and public governmental entities.