Governor Mike DeWine signs a bill into law that forbids vaccine mandates in Ohio public schools. When does it officially kick in and what does it mean for educators, students, and parents? Susan Keating Anderson and Katie Caprez from the law firm of Roetzel & Andress join us. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
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1:18A special announcement about the show.
Updating the Buy American Act?
17:22A new rule is being proposed by the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council in response to Executive Order 14005 from January. If enacted, this rule would update the Buy American Act with new requirements that must be met by federal contractors and their downstream sub-contractors. Amy Hoang from the law firm of K&L Gates tells us what all of this means to our critical products and supply chains. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
DOJ’s Vaccine Mandate
11:43The Department of Justice opines that vaccine mandates in the workplace are legal. But with States pushing back, where does that leave things for employers and employees? Natalie Fluker and Bob Simandl from the law firm of von Briesen & Roper join us to answer that question plus more. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
CDC’s Mask Reversal for the Vaccinated
9:24New CDC guidelines now recommend that people vaccinated for COVID-19 wear masks indoors. Given this reversal in policy and that States are pushing back against mandates, where does that leave the rest of us? Robert Shimberg from the law firm of Hill Ward Henderson joins us to law-splain. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
Election Integrity vs. Voting Rights
19:23Integrity of our elections is very important but so is protecting voting rights. States are rapidly trying to update their election laws to prevent fraud but the Federal Government is concerned voters will be left out. How does this get resolved? Professor Rick Hasen from the University of California, Irvine School of Law returns to walk us through. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
Black Widow vs. Disney
17:35In a world where streaming changed the way people watch movies, what happens when an outdated contract collides with COVID and causes losses to a headliner actress? Lawyers avenge her! Professor Jon Garon from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law tells us the tale! Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
Eminent Corporate Domain
13:21PennEast Pipeline Company, at the behest of the Federal Government, took land from New Jersey via eminent domain over its objections. Michael Diamond and Steven Boughton from the law firm of Van Ness Feldman explain how this happened and what it means for States' rights. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
Ohio Forbids Vaccine Mandates
19:31Governor Mike DeWine signs a bill into law that forbids vaccine mandates in Ohio public schools. When does it officially kick in and what does it mean for educators, students, and parents? Susan Keating Anderson and Katie Caprez from the law firm of Roetzel & Andress join us. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
18:58The Feds are casting a wide net of regulations at fisheries and other aquaculture industries. These new laws are aimed at IUU fishing, oceanic plastics, advertising, and area restrictions for commercial fishing. What are the pros? What are the cons? Will seafood get more expensive? Kirstin Gruver and Deepti Bansal Gage from the law firm of Beveridge & Diamond join us. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.
New Student Loan Forgiveness?
21:39Is it now easier to discharge student loans in Bankruptcy? A recent class action case, ‘Homaidan vs. Navient’, from the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit opens that door. What does that mean for debt holders around the country? Jason Johnson from the law firm of Roetzel and Andress walks us through it. Special thanks to our sponsor Nota.