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United States | Publication | November 8, 2021
On November 6, 2021, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals granted a nationwide stay of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA)'s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) vaccine-or-test mandate that was issued on November 5, 2021. The court granted the nationwide stay due to "grave statutory and constitutional issues" with the mandate.
The emergency stay was requested by numerous petitioners, including the Attorneys General for the states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Utah and several private entities. The federal government must respond to the petitioners' motion for a permanent injunction by 5:00 pm today, to which petitioners may file their reply brief by 5:00 pm tomorrow, Tuesday, November 9, 2021.
Until the courts provide further notice, employers need not begin enforcing OSHA's vaccine-or-test mandate.
Special thanks to law clerk Michelle Avidisyans (Los Angeles) for her assistance in the preparation of this content.
Nina Varumo is a freelance portrait and documentary photographer based in Stockholm. A recent project of hers Kvinnor till sjöss (‘Women at sea’) is on ongoing photo series highlighting the working life of female seafarers in order to change the stereotypical image of what and who is a seafarer.
Companies have been publicly reporting on their financial performance for over a hundred years. However, they are increasingly having to make public non-financial disclosures relating to sustainability and environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters as a result of rules, laws and regulations issued by stock exchanges, governments and regulators worldwide.
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