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Contractor Shot Mandate Under Assault in Texas, Georgia Hearings

President Joe Biden’s power to mandate Covid-19 vaccinations for federal contractors was under attack in two federal courtrooms Friday, with a pair of judges appointed by the Trump administration considering whether to up the tally of states where the measure is blocked.

Assisted Living Worker Must Arbitrate Would-Be Class Wage Suit

Pennant Group Inc., which runs more than 50 assisted living facilities nationwide, won its bid to force an employee to individually arbitrate claims that she was forced to work through lunch breaks and a heart attack, a federal judge in Wisconsin ruled.

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Biden’s Vaccine Mandate and the Likely Legal Challenge

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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