Now that a federal appeals court has put President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine and testing requirements on ice, general counsel are asking whether they should continue working on policies to help their companies comply with the halted mandate, according to labor and employment lawyers.
Fortunately, the question has a clear answer—unlike many other questions swirling around the Department of Labor’s Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s new 490-page emergency temporary standard.
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