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Feb 11, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: PPP Loans - Frequently Asked Questions
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry. In this episode of the Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot, hosts and Roetzel atto...
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Feb 10, 2021 | Governor Mike DeWine Announces Home Relief Grant Program
On Tuesday, February 9, 2021 Governor Mike DeWine announced the Home Relief Grant program. This program includes $100 million to help low-income Ohioans who do not own their own home pay for housing costs, to include rent, mortgage, water, sewer, was...
Article
January 2021 | The COVID-19 Vaccine: Issues for Employers
"Almost since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the message has been that much, if not everything will return to normal (or some approximation of normal), when a vaccine becomes widely available." To read the full article, click HERE.
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Feb 9, 2021 | Biden Administration Further Delays Effective Date of Independent Contractor Rules
As noted in a prior newsletter, President Biden’s Chief of Staff froze rules that had not yet gone into effect as to the Department of Labor’s proposed sweeping independent contractor rule changes. On February 3, 2021, the DOL proposed extending the...
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Feb 9, 2021 | Business Groups Urge EEOC To Clarify Legality of COVID-19 Vaccination Incentives
While one approach for employers wishing to have a widely COVID-vaccinated workforce is the provision of incentives to employees to get the vaccine, questions have arisen about how much of an incentive is too much so as to render the decision to get...
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Feb 9, 2021 | The NLRB: A Farewell to Many Trump Administration Policies
As anticipated Acting General Counsel Peter Sung Ohr took no time to rescind a significant number of General Counsel Memoranda issued by former General Counsel Peter Robb during the Trump Administration. In a February 1, 2021, Memorandum (GC 21-02...
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Feb 9, 2021 | National Paid Leave Proposal Reintroduced in the Senate and House of Representatives
This past Friday, Democrats in both the Senate and House of Representatives reintroduced legislation that would create a paid leave program on the national level. Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.) and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) reintroduced the Family...
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Feb 9, 2021 | OSHA Says Vaccinated Employees Should Still Wear Masks and Follow Other Practices Related to COVID-19
On January 29, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued guidance stating employers should still require employees who have received the COVID-19 vaccine to continue to wear masks and follow other protocols such as social distanc...
Podcast
Feb 4, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: Effectively Marketing Your Medical and Dental Practice While Staying Legally Compliant
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry. In this episode, Roetzel Health Law Attorneys, Ericka Adler and David Ho...
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Feb 2, 2021 | Biden Administration Names Peter Sung Ohr as Acting General Counsel of the NLRB
After the unprecedented firing of the NLRB’s former general counsel, Peter Robb, the Biden Administration has named Peter Sung Ohr as the Acting General Counsel on January 25, 2021. Mr. Ohr was the NLRB’s Regional Director of Region 13 in Chicago...
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Feb 2, 2021 | Biden Proposes $15 Minimum Wage
Last week, President Biden and Congressional Democrats unveiled their proposal for a $15 an hour minimum wage bill. The current federal minimum wage has been $7.25 an hour since 2009. In many instances, federal minimum wage has been overtaken by high...
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Feb 2, 2021 | Anticipated Change in Focus for DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs
Under the new Biden Administration and the leadership of newly-appointed Director Jenny Yang, employers should expect to see a refocus on hiring and pay equity enforcement by the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“...
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Feb 1, 2021 | COVID-19 Insurance Coverage — The Uncertainty Continues
Last week we reported Judge Polster’s Decision in Henderson Road Restaurant Systems, Inc., et al. v. Zurich American Ins. Co., U.S.N.D. Ohio Case No: 1:20-cv-01239-DAP, wherein Judge Polster, based upon the language of the policy of insurance at issu...
Podcast
Feb 1, 2021 | Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot: COVID-19 Vaccine Challenges in the Workplace
Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot® is a podcast and YouTube channel for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry. In this episode, Roetzel attorney Ericka Adler is joined by Aretta Berna...
Presentation
October 2021 | “The Ethics of Remote Litigation”
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Jan 28, 2021 | Roetzel & Andress: 2020 Appellate Year in Review
The Appellate Law Practice Group of Roetzel & Andress represented clients in a wide variety of cases in both state and federal courts, appealing adverse trial court rulings and successfully defending lower court victories on appeal. The Appellate Law...
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Jan 28, 2021 | Employee Benefits Update: Recent Legislation and Regulations Impose New Obligations on Plan Administrators and Plan Sponsors
Congress’s passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (“CAA”) imposes a series of new recordkeeping and disclosure obligations on plan sponsors, as well as extending and expanding upon COVID-19 related relief. Less than one month into this year,...
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Jan 27, 2021 | Not So Fast: DOL Freezes Rules That Have Not Yet Become Effective and Rescinds Opinion Letters
*This development supersedes Roetzel’s previous alert on this topic on January 19, 2021.  On January 20, 2021, the Biden administration issued a regulatory freeze memorandum requesting that executive departments and agencies delay the effective da...
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Jan 26, 2021 | Nominee for Secretary of Labor Moves Closer to Senate Confirmation Hearing
Marty Walsh, two-term Mayor of Boston and nominated for Secretary of Labor by President Biden, has moved closer to a hearing on his confirmation in front of the Senate, having completed the initial vetting and administrative steps.     Walsh comes...
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Jan 26, 2021 | President Biden Issues Orders on COVID-19 Worker Safety
President Biden has ordered the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as well as the Mine Safety and Health Administration to evaluate whether a need exists for emergency temporary standards that protect workers from on-the-job COVID-1...