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CDC Retakes Control of Covid Hospital Data Despite Criticism

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has won a months-long battle for control of Covid-19 hospital data, a rare victory during its pandemic response that’s seen some of its functions handed off to other players amid widespread criticism.

Washington State Covid Requirements Clear OSHA Preemption Suit

A Washington horticultural business lost a challenge to a penalty it faced for failing to comply with state Covid-19 workplace safety measures, after the Ninth Circuit said Thursday the state’s requirements aren’t preempted by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act.

Contractor Unable to Duck Bad Performance Report by Citing Covid

An IT support desk contractor for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau failed to show that the agency improperly assigned the contractor “marginal” ratings in the Contractor Performance Assessment Report System, the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals said.

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Big Law Says Goodbye to Five-Day In-Office Work Weeks

Leaders from Big Law firms share return to office plans for their firms, and their thoughts on when working in person is essential for lawyers and when it is not.

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