Ohio Republican Rob Portman’s planned exit from the U.S. Senate puts in jeopardy more than a decade of bipartisan judicial screening that’s helped his home state get federal trial court judges confirmed no matter who is president.
Transgender workers have filed a wave of litigation against employers, states, and health insurance companies over the denial of health coverage for gender-affirming medical care. The cases will test legal gray areas over the reach of federal civil rights protections.
Vice President Kamala Harris and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh will meet with federal workers on Wednesday morning ahead of the president’s deadline for government employees to prove their vaccination status.
After more than two decades as Paul Hastings chairman, Seth Zachary said he sees a future in the public sector working on tax policy and voting rights.
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As we move closer to the release of President Biden's vaccine mandate rule, Bloomberg Law labor reporters Robert Iafolla and Fatima Hussein explain the mandate, the likely legal challenges, and what to expect next.
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