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Law In The Workplace

OSHA's Approach to Regulating Heat Hazards in the Workplace

To clarify the obligation employers have to protect employees from heat-related hazards, OSHA published an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) for Heat Injury and Illness Prevention in Outdoor and Indoor Work Settings in the Federal Register […]

Employee Arrests and Convictions Outside of the Workplace

In the News: As with employment hiring decisions, the continued employment of a person who has been charged and/or convicted of a crime is always a matter of balance of job, person, and crime alleged. Andrea "AJ" Johnson shares valuable insight […]

Andrea Johnson

Supreme Court Stays OSHA's 100+ Employee Mandate; Health Care Rule Permitted, However

“There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.”

“For any young democracy, the most difficult but important step is burying the legacy of tyranny and establishing an economy and a government and institutions that abide by the rule of law. Every country faces challenges to the rule of law, including my own.” -Joe Biden

Andrea Johnson

Top Five Year-End Immigration Planning Tips

As we head toward year-end and look forward to 2022, there are planning tips for businesses and individuals to consider in order to retain current U.S. immigration benefits and the ability to travel internationally and return to the U.S.  The ability […]

OSHA Ordered to “Take No Steps to Implement or Enforce the Mandate"

OSHA Ordered to “Take No Steps to Implement or Enforce the Mandate."1 Fifth Circuit Stay of Vaccine-Mandate ETS Continues through Court’s Temporary Injunction Issued 11/12/2021. OSHA Rule Denigrated as “One-Size-Fits-All Sledgehammer.”2

On Friday, November 12, 2021, the Fifth Circuit entered its temporary injunction against the “Mandate” also referred to as the “emergency rule” or “ETS.”  This swift shut down of both the rule and its enforcement by OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration), followed the appellate court’s original emergency stay, entered less than one week ago, on November 6, which came just one day after the official issuance of the OSHA rule.  

Andrea Johnson