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What Does FDA Approval Mean for Employer Vaccination Mandates? [PODCAST]

While as a general rule, employers can mandate the COVID vaccine, or any vaccine, as a condition of employment, there are many caveats to this rule that make this issue anything but simple. Host Ericka Adler, Roetzel shareholder and Health Law Practice Group Leader is joined this week by Karen Adinolfi, a Shareholder in Roetzel's Employment Services group, for a discussion about navigating the complex employment law issues surrounding vaccine mandates. This includes breaking down the two most common challenges to achieving 100% workforce vaccination, effectively accommodating employee disabilities and religious beliefs, along with analyzing how to balance the liability risks of terminating an employee versus potentially exposing patients, customers and clients to the virus.

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Ericka L. Adler Healthcare Attorney Roetzel Chicago
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Ms. Adler concentrates her practice in regulatory and transactional health care law. She represents individual providers, physician groups and other health care entities (i.e. home health care agencies, DME companies, hospices, MRI facilities and surgery centers) in satisfying their day-to-day legal health care needs. Ms. Adler has extensive experience in compliance counselling, structuring and implementing complex joint ventures to comply with state and federal laws and regulations, including Stark, Anti-Kickback Statute, fee-splitting concerns, the corporate practice...

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Karen D. Adinolfi Employment Lawyer Roetzel Law Firm
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Ms. Adinolfi is an experienced labor and employment counselor and trial attorney, having handled numerous cases for the Firm’s clients, whether public or private, for-profit, or non-profit, large or small. She counsels her clients on employee discipline and discharge, wage and hour matters, FMLA leave and other leaves of absence, disability law and reasonable accommodation, and all other facets of the employer-employee relationship. Ms. Adinolfi has tried numerous cases to verdict, and many others through summary judgment, alternative dispute resolution, or appeal. She ...

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