Houston Methodist Hospital workers lost their bid to block a policy requiring them to be vaccinated against Covid-19 after a judge in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas dismissed their lawsuit.
President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees with experience as federal public defenders are pleasing progressives seeking more professional diversity while providing fodder for Republicans questioning whether they’re prepared to handle complex civil litigation.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidance on whether incentives can be offered to encourage worker Covid-19 vaccinations raised as many questions as it answered, leaving employers to grapple with what perks might violate the law.
Rising cybercrime, and an increasingly complex legal framework in the U.S. and abroad, has translated into companies paying more attention to privacy and cybersecurity to avoid potential liability after a merger or acquisition.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.’s general counsel and chief ESG officer Kristin Campbell was paid nearly $7.5 million in total compensation last year, nearly tripling her 2019 compensation as the hospitality industry crumpled under the pandemic.
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