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U.S. Supreme Court Stays OSHA Vaccination and Testing ETS Pending Further Litigation

By COVID-19 Legal Updates, Employment, News

U.S. SUPREME COURT STAYS OSHA VACCINATION AND TESTING ETS PENDING FURTHER LITIGATION As we have previously advised, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) promulgated an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) requiring private employers with 100 or more employees to implement policies requiring employees either to be vaccinated, or to choose…

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U.S. Supreme Court Stays OSHA Vaccination and Testing ETS Pending Further Litigation

By COVID-19 Legal Updates, Employment, News

U.S. SUPREME COURT STAYS OSHA VACCINATION AND TESTING ETS PENDING FURTHER LITIGATION As we have previously advised, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) promulgated an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) requiring private employers with 100 or more employees to implement policies requiring employees either to be vaccinated, or to choose…

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Trending Alert: Non-compete unenforceable because of COVID-19? Florida appellate court says no

By Employment, News

Non-compete unenforceable because of COVID-19? Florida Appellate Court says no. Florida employers received some good news when it comes to enforcing non-competition agreements during this unique time. A Miami trial court refused to enforce a non-competition agreement against a former employee finding that not allowing the employee to exercise his…

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Five Steps an Employer Should Take if it Suspects a Former Employee Violated a Non-Compete by Patrick Causey

By Employment, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, News

Featured in Tampa Bay Business & Wealth, May 2021 Non-compete lawsuits are typically quick and very expensive. Although a normal lawsuit can last years, a non-compete case may be resolved in as little as three months. It is therefore critical for employers to move quickly to preserve and obtain evidence…

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Shareholder Alicia Koepke Discusses Accommodating Mental Disabilities During and After the Pandemic in the Florida Bar Journal

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Originally posted in The Florida Bar Journal, May/June 2021, Vol 95, No.3 The COVID-19 pandemic has caused increased stress, anxiety, and depression for many people, but particularly those suffering from preexisting mental illness. A variety of factors may play into such individuals not obtaining the help they need to succeed…

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Amy Drushal Authors Article on Why Early Settlement Should Be Considered During the Pandemic

By Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, Class Actions, Employment, Financial Services, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, News

Originally posted as an article written for an  ABA Newsletter, Winter Edition. All clients want their day in court and to have their voice heard. But that may not happen any time soon, so what other options do practitioners have for pending matters? A few weeks ago, rumors started in…

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