Tag:vaccines

CU Law School Panel Reflects on SCOTUS Term

A panel reflected on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2021 term and its impacts on the law, appellate practice and society.

Federal Circuits in Focus

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

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.

Campaign Contributions Reporting Requirements Bill and Others Introduced

Lawmakers in the House introduced a bill that would extend deadlines to submit reports disclosing campaign contributions and expenditures.

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.

Sixth Circuit Denies Order to Expedite OSHA ETS Proceedings

In the month since it was announced, OSHA’s vaccine-or-test Emergency Temporary Standard has been the subject of many legal challenges.

Pandemic Opened a Bevy of Labor and Employment Law Questions to Outlast COVID

The pandemic changed many aspects of life. In labor and employment law, there are a lot of new and unknown considerations raised by COVID.

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.