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Supreme Court Rules: OSHA Vaccine Mandate Stayed, CMS Mandate Can Proceed

January 13, 2022 John Getty Labor & Employment Blog

Today, the United States Supreme Court issued rulings on the challenges to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) affecting certain employers with 100 or more employees and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Interim Final Rule on vaccine mandates affecting certain healthcare entities. The…

Nationwide Stays of CMS, OSHA Vaccine Mandates Dissolved, Some New Deadlines Loom for Florida Employers

December 20, 2021 John Getty Labor & Employment Blog

As some may have heard, last week the appellate courts dissolved the nationwide injunctions preventing the OSHA and CMS vaccine mandate regulations from going into effect. So, what does that mean for Florida employers? (Please note that this article focuses on the status of the OSHA and CMS federal regulations…

5 Tips on Buying a Horse

December 13, 2021 Equine

For most horse people, few things are as exciting as purchasing a horse. Unfortunately for some, buying a horse can be a difficult experience- emotions cloud the buyer’s judgment, sellers misrepresent, and your new horse may feel more like an adversary than a partner. To avoid a bad purchase, buyers…