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The United Auto Workers (UAW) Union’s contracts with General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis are set to expire on September 14, 2023. Concerns are growing among the automotive supply base about the impact of a walkout by UAW members if the parties do not reach an agreement. Automotive suppliers within the GM, Ford and/or Stellantis supply

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Uninsured Program (UIP), which reimbursed providers for provision of COVID-19 related services to uninsured individuals, paid out more than $24.5 billion in claims. Given this amount, it is no surprise that government enforcers have turned their attention towards scrutinizing the recipients of those funds – the providers of

The White House recently announced the Precision Surgery Initiative (PSI) as a “first-of-its kind Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) program to develop novel technologies” to more precisely excise cancerous growths to improve outcomes for cancer patients. July 27, 2023 White House Press Release (Release). PSI will add to the Cancer Moonshot’s arsenal of

On July 13, 2023 the Office of Audit Services of the Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) released the long-awaited audit (A-02-21-01013) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Uninsured Program (UIP) (Audit). The UIP reimbursed providers for provision of COVID-19 testing, treatment, and vaccination services provided

On June 29, 2023, the Supreme Court upended the standard for the accommodation of employee religious beliefs and practices that have been relied upon by employers since 1977. 
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, employers may not discriminate against employees based on their religion.  As part of this requirement, if an

The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact upon the use of remote workforces by U.S. businesses is undisputed. In recent years, the conventional wisdom has been that remote employees living in other states throughout the United States would not be able to avail themselves of the employee-friendly employment laws found in Massachusetts (or other states where the workers

We recently wrote about Groff v. DeJoy, the Supreme Court decision reinterpreting the meaning of “undue hardship” for Title VII religious accommodations to actually mean “undue hardship,” as opposed to minimal costs. In this follow-up post, we address the potential impact and trade-offs of the Groff decision on employers and the protection of religious

Agility and resiliency remain essential attributes for manufacturers in 2023. Manufacturers are no longer focused on figuring out when things will return to “normal.”
Instead, they are applying lessons learned from the past few years to evolve their operations to succeed in this “new normal.” Foley & Lardner’s Manufacturing Sector team continually examines these transformational

In a post-pandemic world, the four walls of the office no longer define the workplace. With more and more employees working either remotely or in hybrid roles, employers need to be mindful of their obligations to ensure that their employees are protected from harassment, discrimination, and retaliation, no matter where the employees find themselves working.