Oberman Law Firm is expanding its national footprint in the Southeast, Midwest, and Northeast with the addition of two (2) new Partners and Associate Corporate Counsel.
Oberman Law Firm is pleased to announce that Danielle L. Schlaufman McBride has joined the Firm as a partner. Ms. McBride has vast experience on a national level in healthcare law, which includes developing business and tax structures, tax planning, practice valuations, DSO structuring, mergers and acquisitions, complex joint ventures, partner and associate buy-ins/buy-outs, employment law, commercial transactions, real estate leases, healthcare compliance, entity formation, and corporate governance.
Oberman Law Firm is pleased to announce that Tamara A. Feuer has joined the Firm as Corporate Counsel. Ms. Feuer brings to the Firm extensive experience in the areas of corporate transactions, finance, and healthcare.
Oberman Law Firm is pleased to announce that Justin Weaver has joined the Firm as a partner. Justin has vast experience on a national level in the veterinary and dental law practice areas, which includes mergers and acquisitions, complex joint ventures, partner and associate buy-ins, employment law, commercial transactions, real estate leases, health care compliance, entity formations, and corporate governance.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has recently provided additional guidance related to COVID-19, regarding questions that may arise under the federal equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws.
As employers continue to implement mandatory Covid-19 vaccination policies, the question then becomes what do I do if an employee refuses to become vaccinated. Some employers are firing workers, which is a potential disaster for the employer, and others are requiring unvaccinated employees to submit to weekly testing.
Workplace safety guidelines from federal, state and local authorities are rapidly changing in response to the highly transmittable COVID-19 Delta variant, and employers should update their policies accordingly.
On June 10, 2021, the first nationwide emergency workplace safety rule, requiring health-care employers to protect workers from occupational exposure to COVID-19 has been published on OSHA’s website. The Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) released on June 10, 2021, only applies to the health-care sector and will be supplemented by voluntary guidance for other industries.