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DC Circ. Backs Dismissal Of Navy Worker's Vax Mandate Suit

By Patrick Hoff

The D.C. Circuit said it won't revive a civilian U.S. Navy employee's lawsuit challenging the government's requirement that federal workers be vaccinated against COVID-19, ruling that his suit is precluded by the Civil Service Reform Act because it involves an employment matter.

Miami-Dade Mayor Seeks Balance In Growth, Public Needs

By Nathan Hale

From COVID-19 to housing affordability to climate change, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has found herself confronting one crisis after another since winning election in November 2020. Here, Levine Cava discusses the many initiatives her administration has launched to address the housing crisis, her views of future development, and navigating the various levels of government.

Wells Fargo And PNC Must Face Beverly Hills Hotel Suit

By Joyce Hanson

A New York federal judge has partly denied Wells Fargo and a PNC Bank unit's bid to toss a Beverly Hills hotel owner's lawsuit claiming they wrongfully demanded payment of "default interest" on a $38 million loan during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ohio Asks Supreme Court To Review ARPA Tax Cut Limit Case

By Sanjay Talwani

Ohio asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the Sixth Circuit's ruling throwing out its challenge to the provision in the American Rescue Plan Act that prohibits states from using the funding in the act to offset tax cuts.

Calif. Chief Judges Swap Tips As COVID Zoom Rules Near End

By Dorothy Atkins

The chief judges of California's four federal districts made a rare appearance together at a San Diego legal conference Thursday to discuss concerns about the impending end to pandemic rules allowing virtual court hearings and to share strategies on managing overwhelming caseloads amid an influx of new judges and a demand for even more.

NJ Panel Shuts Down Defiant Gym's COVID-19 Rule Battle

By Jake Maher

A New Jersey appeals court on Wednesday threw out a challenge to the state's COVID-19 lockdown orders from a Camden County gym, capping off years of litigation from the gym's owners, who made the case a high-profile fight over the state's early handling of the pandemic.


Expert Analysis

States Shouldn't Fear HIPAA When Improving Gov't Services

As the looming end of the COVID-19 public health emergency motivates states to streamline their processes for individuals seeking public benefits, they should generally not have to worry about violating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act when sharing data across government services, says Jodi Daniel at Crowell & Moring.

Data Reveals Bigger Picture Beyond HHS' Telehealth Audit

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' report assessing telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights only the most extreme outliers, but studying a broader set of data than what the HHS disclosed may enable health providers to determine more accurate insights, say attorneys at Sidley.

COVID's Impact On Employment Law Is Still Felt 3 Years Later

Since COVID-19's onset in the U.S. three years ago, almost every existing aspect of employment law has been shaped by pandemic-induced changes, including accommodation requests under the Americans with Disabilities Act, remote work policies and employer vaccine mandates, say Scott Allen and M.C. Cravatta at Foley & Lardner.

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