By Dawn Reddy Solowey, A. Scott Hecker, Coby Turner and James J. Swartz, Jr.

Seyfarth Synopsis: Despite President Biden’s recent declaration that the COVID-19 pandemic is over, litigation concerning employer vaccine mandates continues as employers face hurdles to ensure workplace safety and compliance with government mandates.

Here we take a closer look at issues companies are

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By: Timothy M. Watson and John P. Phillips

Seyfarth Synopsis: Compelled self-defamation claims most commonly occur in the wrongful termination context, when plaintiffs allege they are required to defame themselves to prospective employers because they are required to tell such employers the reasons for their discharge.   However, in a win for employers, the Texas Supreme Court recently ruled that
Continue Reading Management Alert: Texas Supreme Court Rules That There Is No Cause of Action For “Compelled Self-Defamation” In Texas