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Court Blocks Vaccine Mandate for Federal Employees

On January 21st, a federal judge in Texas ruled that the Biden Administration cannot enforce its vaccine mandate for federal employees, issuing an injunction that halts the requirement nationwide.

Supreme Court Blocks OSHA Vaccine Mandate; Allows Health Care Vaccine Mandate

On January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine-or-testing mandate for large employers. However, the court allowed a mandate requiring health care workers at facilities receiving federal money to be vaccinated.

Supreme Court to Hear Arguments in Challenges to Select Biden Vaccination Mandates

The U.S. Supreme Court has announced that it will hear oral arguments on the following two vaccination mandates.

Knox Law Employees Contribute to Holiday Charity Programs

Knox Law employees recently contributed to two holiday charity programs: SafeNet's Christmas Gift Program and our Holiday Auction, donating over $2,000 total two three local nonprofits.

Elliott Ehrenreich Represents Sterling Technologies, Inc. and Good Ideas, Inc. In Sale

Elliott Ehrenreich, Shareholder and Chair of the firm's Business & Tax Group, recently represented Sterling Technologies, Inc. and Good Ideas, Inc. in a sale to Tank Holding Corp.

Elliott Ehrenreich Acts as Lead Counsel for InnovaTel Acquisition

Elliott Ehrenreich, Shareholder, was lead counsel for the recent acquisition of InnovaTel Telepsychiatry by Quartet Health.

Federal Judge Blocks Enforcement of Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate Nationwide

On Tuesday, December 7th, a federal judge issued a nationwide injunction on the vaccine mandate for federal contractors.

Nadia Havard Leads LAW Estate & Private Wealth Group Meeting

Nadia Havard will lead the meeting of the Estate & Private Wealth Group of Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW) on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.

Tom Hoffman Speaks on Asset Protection to Apartment Association

Tom Hoffman, Shareholder, will speak this evening to members of the Apartment Association of Northwestern PA, addressing asset protection and trust planning for property owners.

What is the Status of the OSHA Vaccine Mandate?

While the future of the recent OSHA ETS is up in the air for now, this does not mean employers should halt plans for compliance. The Fifth Circuit’s opinion may not be indicative of how another circuit may ultimately rule. Cautious employers may want to move forward with plans for compliance while also closely monitoring the legal advancements.