Tag:6th Circuit Court of Appeals
A 10th Circuit panel out of Kansas City, Kansas, affirmed the district court’s judgment denying a motion for sentence reduction.
The court will consider if and when a public official’s social media is state action subject to First Amendment scrutiny.
SCOTUS found IDEA's exhaustion requirement doesn’t foreclose ADA complaints looking for compensatory damages.
The Supreme Court decided to stay OSHA's vaccine-or-test rule for large employers but allowed a health care worker mandate to proceed.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hold emergency arguments on Jan. 7 of OSHA’s vaccine-or-test ETS and the CMS vaccine rules.
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A federal appeals court recently reinstated OSHA’s vaccine-or-test rule, but employers now have an extra month to comply.
In the month since it was announced, OSHA’s vaccine-or-test Emergency Temporary Standard has been the subject of many legal challenges.
CU’s John Paul Stevens Lecture Returns With Judge Bernice Donald From the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
Judge Bernice Donald from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals presented on the importance of rule of law in practice for the 10th annual John Paul Stevens Lecture.