Thursday saw the U.S. Supreme Court block enforcement of President Joe Biden’s vaccinate-or-test-weekly mandate for private employers, but the day wasn’t a total defeat for the White House. In a separate ruling released simultaneously, the court ruled that Biden’s mandate requiring health care workers to vaccinate was valid.

Although experts Corporate Counsel spoke to said the outcome was unsurprising, they also agreed in-house counsel shouldn’t take the ruling as an excuse to be less vigilant.

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