JOANNA FRIEDMAN, A PARTNER AT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH cyberFEDS ABOUT THE VACCINE MANDATE
Key points: Threshold for showing eligibility for exception is higher than people think Agencies can ask for more documentation if they suspect request is not legitimate Public safety will likely outweigh an employee’s personal religious belief against vaccination 5 key considerations for medical/religious exceptions from the vaccine mandate By Anjali Patel, Esq., cyberFEDS® Legal Editor […]
DEBRA D’AGOSTINO, FOUNDING PARTER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, DISCUSSES REQUIRING VACCINES WITH WASHINGTON POST
Federal workers can be fired for refusing vaccination, but must show up to work until their cases are determined, new guidance says September 17, 2021 7:16 PM Federal employees can be fired for refusing to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, but as their disciplinary cases wind through the system, they will report to work alongside […]
DEBRA D’AGOSTINO AND LOUISE RYDER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP PROVIDE THEIR THOUGHTS ON A RECENT FEDERAL CIRCUIT DECISION
Federal Circuit Hit the VA with a One-Two Punch in Rulings in Favor of Employees Two recent court cases offer an important precedent for protecting due process rights of federal employees. By Louise Ryder and Debra D’Agostino September 16, 2021 2:35 PMCategories Court CasesLeave a Comment With two precedential decisions, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the […]
ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP. SPEAKS WITH NEWSMAX ON EVACUATION OF AFGHANISTAN PEOPLE
Eric Montalvo was recently on NEWSMAX to discuss the latest on Afghanistan. Please click on the link to see the interview.
ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, DISCUSSES THE LATEST IN THE MTK AND DANIEL KINAHAN CASE WITH STEVE ELLIS
Eric Montalvo joins Steve Ellis to talk the latest in the MTK and Danial Kinahan case. To view the podcast please click here.
DEBRA D’AGOSTINO, FOUNDING PARTER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, DISCUSSES DOJ OPINION ON REQUIRING VACCINES
DOJ says agencies can require vaccines under Food, Drug, Cosmetic Act By Anjali Patel, Esq., cyberFEDS® Legal Editor Washington Bureau IN FOCUS: Agencies that want to require employees to get COVID-19 vaccinations can point to a recent Justice Department memorandum opinion to President Biden, which concludes that the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act “does not […]
DEBRA D’AGOSTINO, FOUNDING PARTER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH CYBERFEDS ABOUT VACCINATIONS
4 key considerations when collecting vaccine status information By Anjali Patel, Esq., cyberFEDS® Legal Editor Washington Bureau IN FOCUS: Although agencies must have employees attest to their vaccine status and impose additional safety protocols on those who are unvaccinated, the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force’s most recent updates to the model safety principles do not […]
CAROL THOMPSON, A PARTNER AT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH POLITICO ON VACCINATIONS FOR THE MILITARY
Mandatory Covid vaccines for troops are coming. What happens if they refuse? Those military members who refuse a Covid-19 vaccine should expect a range of penalties for doing so, military law experts said. A United States Marine prepares to receive the Moderna coronavirus vaccine at Camp Hansen. | Carl Court/Getty Images By JONATHAN CUSTODIO 08/09/2021 […]