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Employers Increasingly Open to Vaccine Mandates, Survey Says

According to a new survey by employment law firm Littler Mendelson, the percentage of employers that require or plan to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for workers has more than doubled since January.

Midyear Updates for Colorado’s Workplaces

As summer 2021 comes to a close, there have been a number of compliance-related updates — even beyond COVID-19-related changes — to Colorado’s employment laws that employers across industries should be aware of.

Indiana College Students Ask Justices to Enjoin University COVID Vaccine Mandate

Indiana University students petitioned the Supreme Court to block a vaccine policy requiring all students be vaccinated for COVID-19.

No More Remote Bar Exams, So Long as COVID Stays Low

Remote bar exams look to disappear in the future, as the National Conference of Bar Examiners released guidance stating that future bar exams will be conducted in-person and on paper — COVID and public health concerns permitting.

Colorado Farmer’s Suit Joins Others Claiming Race Discrimination in COVID Relief

The Mountain States Legal Foundation, a conservative nonprofit public interest law firm, is handling several cases including one in Colorado alleging that emergency COVID funds for farmers and ranchers are racially discriminatory — against whites.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for July 1

The Colorado Court of Appeals on July 1 ruled in Accetta v. Brooks Tower Residence, People in Interest of J.M.M. and others.

Legal Lasso: OSHA COVID Emergency Standard in Effect

Legal Lasso is Law Week’s morning roundup of legal headlines across the state. Each morning, we take stock of legal issues and happenings, so...

OSHA Emergency Standard in Effect for Health Care Employers, Everyone Else Gets Guidance

Tuesday was the deadline for health care employers to comply with most requirements in OSHA’s June COVID-19 emergency temporary standard.