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Supreme Court to Have Final Word on OSHA Vaccine Order

As expected, the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on whether OSHA may proceed with its Vaccine Order for large employers.  The Court will hold a special hearing on January 7, 2022.  Briefings are due by December 30, 2021.  The Court will also consider whether a separate vaccine order related to healthcare workers is enforceable. 

At present, OSHA has delayed its enforcement efforts until January 10, 2022, except for the rule’s testing requirement, which it plans to begin enforcing on February 9, 2022.  We will stay tuned to see whether these deadlines change in light of this recent development. 

Although the future of the OSHA vaccine rule is unknown at this time, covered employers should consider whether to continue to take steps to come into compliance, especially given the relatively short compliance window provided by OSHA if the rule is ultimately upheld.

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Michael S. Arnold, Mintz Levin Law Firm, Labor Law Attorney
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Michael Arnold is Chair of the firm's Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice.  He is an employment lawyer who deftly handles a wide array of matters. His capabilities include counseling on everyday HR life cycle issues, defending management and senior executives in connection with employment-related proceedings, and assisting companies navigate the complex employment issues that arise in transactions.  Michael’s clients appreciate his strong emphasis on providing not just legal advice, but also practical advice, that aligns with organizational and HR strategies while...

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