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President Biden Announces OSHA Standards Requiring COVID-19 Vaccinations or Weekly Tests for Companies with 100+ Employees
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, September 2021

President Joe Biden announced Thursday, Sept. 9, that in the coming weeks, companies with 100 or more employees will be required to ensure their employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or test negative for COVID-19 at least once a week.[1] Additionally, employers must provide employees time off to get vaccinated and to recover from any side effects. Press Secretary Jen Psaki previewed the forthcoming requirements in her briefing to the press on Thursday. President Biden further outlined these measures in his speech later in the afternoon...

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How COVID-19, Vaccines and the ADA Affect Employees' Remote-Work Requests
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, September 2021

With COVID-19 vaccines fully available in the United States, employers are approaching work-from-home requests differently than they were a year ago. Dinsmore labor and employment attorneys Ashley Pack, Crystal Spivey Wildeman and Aly St. Pierre wrote about the topic in Best Lawyers: The Litigation Issue. An excerpt is below. Employers are facing legal uncertainty in the form of whether to accommodate continued remote-work requests...

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COVID-19: OSHA Updates Mask Guidance for Vaccinated Employees and In Schools
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, August 2021

On Aug. 13, 2021, OSHA released updated guidance on mitigating and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace. The new guidance updates OSHA’s recommendations for fully vaccinated employees and for schools, and it supplements certain industry-specific guidance...

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Doing Business Online? You Probably Need a Privacy Policy and Terms of Service
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, July 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that every business—even traditional brick and mortar businesses—needs a presence on the internet. When people think of online commerce, they usually think about making purchases on Amazon. However, as contactless purchasing becomes more prevalent, restaurants, breweries, and distilleries are increasingly developing online options for their consumers. Now, consumers can either download a mobile application or scan a QR code to read a menu or place an order. As purchases and menus transition online, businesses need to ensure they have the requisite disclosures and terms set out to govern these online interactions...

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Navigating the Uneven Bars: When Are Companies Allowed to Use the Olympic Trademarks?
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, July 2021

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, one of the world’s most talked about and anticipated events, finally kicked off on Friday, July 23, 2021, after a long wait due to COVID-19. Every time the Olympics comes around, a common internet myth will persist that warns: Unless you are an Official Sponsor, you are barred from talking about the Olympics. While that may be true in certain circumstances, it is not always the case. We have put together a quick guide of key things to keep in mind if you want to cheer on competitors at the Olympics as a business over the next few weeks...

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