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2021 Health Care Employment Law Year in Review | HUB

U.S. Labor, Employment, and Workplace Safety Alert Health care-related employment laws became a prevalent topic in 2021—the year of the COVID-19 vaccination mandates. States and the federal government continued to adopt differing approaches on mandates affecting different categories of employers. There were also several non-COVID-19-related employment laws affecting the health care industry in 2021. This… Read More »

Year in Review: Top 5 Employment Law Developments of 2021 | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Employers faced another challenging year in 2021, attempting to keep up with constantly changing regulations and laws addressing the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, while still facing traditional legal issues such as discrimination and worker classification. Below is a review of five of the biggest developments in employment law over the past year. Political landscape changes. The… Read More »

RECAP: Hogue, Townsend, police stop stand out in criminal justice this year | News

Some of 2021’s most noteworthy moments in the Norman area came out of the Cleveland County courthouse. Of the murder convictions handed down in Cleveland County District Court, the trials of Max Townsend and Rebecca Hogue drew significant attention for very different reasons this year. Townsend was sentenced to life in prison for three murders… Read More »

Oregon Employment Law Changes in 2022: New Year, New Laws

Changes to Oregon employment laws taking effect next year will be keeping human resources professionals very busy this holiday season and into the new year in the Pacific Northwest. Extended State of Public Health Emergency and Impact on Leave Entitlements On December 21, 2021, Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued Executive Order No. 21-36 extending Oregon’s… Read More »