October 18, 2021 05:43 PMEU Backs Italy's $37B COVID-19 Aid Package, With Tax Breaks
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By Emma Whitford
A due process "fix" contained within New York's anti-eviction law is a "mirage" that effectively bars landlords from housing court, several property owners and a trade association argued in their latest attempt to block pandemic tenant protections.
By Grace Dixon
The federal government and a class of migrant families excoriated Texas' 11th-hour attempts to intervene in litigation challenging the federal government's use of a public health law to expel migrant families, telling the D.C. Circuit that the motion comes months too late.
By Jasmin Jackson
A New York federal judge won't let a Banco Santander unit invoke a force majeure clause to ax a co-branded credit card with American Airlines, only allowing the bank to argue that COVID-19 has potentially made the card's air miles useless.
By Caleb Drickey
The owner of a Detroit hotel that hosted NBA star Rudy Gobert just before the revelation of his league-shaking 2020 COVID-19 infection can't claim that the virus caused physical damage to the premises, an Illinois state judge ruled on Friday.
By Richard Crump
The data watchdog ordered the U.K. government on Monday to reveal the names of the 47 companies in its controversial "VIP lane" for contracts awarded for work in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Beverly Banks
Union Pacific Railroad and the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers — Transportation Division accused each other in Illinois federal court of violating federal labor law after the union threatened to strike over the company's vaccine mandate.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's recent citation to Fred Loya Insurance Agency for failing to report an employee’s COVID-19-related death shows the compliance hurdles employers face in determining if an exposure is work-related and when a death or inpatient hospitalization must be reported, says Patrick Bickford at Ausley McMullen.
The trend of COVID-19 business interruption decisions favoring insurers continues to hold strong — any commentary to the contrary is striking a narrative that is not borne out by reality, say attorneys at Dentons.
While health care companies anxiously await further guidance from various federal agencies on overlapping COVID-19 vaccine mandates, there are several steps industry employers can take to tackle the compliance conundrum and prepare for accommodation requests, staffing shortages and other likely challenges, say attorneys at K&L Gates.
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