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The Legal State of Race: Looking Ahead to 2023

Tue November 8, 2022 News

The U.S. Supreme Court is, once again, widely expected to strike overturn longstanding precedent and do away with race-conscious admissions policies in higher education. In 1978 (UC Regents v. Bakke), 2003 (Grutter v. Bollinger), and 2016 (Fisher v. UT Austin), the Court affirmed universities’ right to consider applicants’ race as […]

OSHA on Vaccines and Testing: Employers with 100 or more Employees

Thu November 4, 2021 Business

The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued its emergency temporary standard (ETS) on November 4, 2021, addressing COVID-19 vaccinations and testing for larger employers to counter the spread of the coronavirus. The ETS covers any private employer with 100 or more employees. Part-time, full-time, and remote employees are […]