Tag:COVID-19

Innovating Court: How Judges Across the Country Are Using Tech to Increase Access to Justice

Three years after COVID-19, state courts nationwide are using technology to improve appearance rates, access to justice and more.

COVID-19 Tests Require Business Necessity, EEOC Says

Carissa Davis, a labor and employment attorney at Sherman & Howard, discusses the latest EEOC guidance on COVID-19 tests.

Federal Circuits in Focus

Over the past year, the circuit courts were considering new and emerging issues, questions and fact patterns.

With Covid-19 Vaccination Disputes on the Rise for Divorced Parents, Courts Forced To Step In

Sherman & Howard's Kelly Robinson and Madeleine Sheahan discuss the history of court intervention on family law disputes involving vaccines.

EEOC Updates Guidance on Pandemic-Related Discrimination Against Caregivers

The EEOC released guidance on caregiver discrimination with pandemic-related examples of stereotypes and scenarios employers should avoid.

Supply Chain Disruptions, Staffing Shortages — What Businesses Can Do About It All

Dan Harris, Robert Hensley and Len MacPhee discussed all things supply chain in Law Week’s March 2022 roundtable discussion.

Colorado Bar Exam Returns In-Person With COVID Precautions

The February Colorado Bar Exam will be held in person next week, the first in-person bar exam since July 2020.

DOJ Settles with Kroger on Accessibility Violations for COVID-19 Vaccine Website

The DOJ announced a settlement agreement with Kroger that’ll help people with disabilities get information about COVID-19 vaccines and book appointments online.