U.S. Supreme Court pauses OSHA vaccine or testing mandate and upholds CMS vaccination rule for healthcare facilities receiving federal funds

On January 13, 2022 the U.S. Supreme Court ordered that Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) vaccine/testing mandate be stayed (paused) and not go into effect. The OSHA vaccine/testing mandate would require all companies with 100 or more employees to either test weekly or vaccinate all employees for COVID. Initially, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals had stayed OSHA’s mandate. 

Saxton & Stump names four attorneys to equity shareholder, prepares for strong start to 2022

LANCASTER, Pa., January 3, 2022 — Saxton & Stump announced that four attorneys have been named equity shareholders effective January 1, 2022. Attorney and Pennsylvania lobbyist Kathy Pape, attorney Jeffrey Bright, and attorney Lou Fiorilla have been promoted,...

Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals strikes down stay on OSHA ETS; vaccine mandate to go into effect in early 2022

On December 17, 2021, in an opinion issued late Friday night, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ended the court ordered pause on OSHA’s vaccine mandate. Previously, the Fifth Circuit had put the vaccine mandate (OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard) on hold, and all federal litigation was consolidated to the Sixth Circuit. The Sixth Circuit’s ruling last Friday means that the OSHA ETS is now poised to go into effect with mandatory compliance in January 2022.

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