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EEOC: Employers May Require COVID-19 Vaccinations for Employees

Mar 3 2021
As COVID-19 vaccinations are becoming more readily available, the question has emerged regarding whether employers may require employees to receive a vaccine before returning to work. The short answer is yes, as long as the employer does not run afoul of the Americans with Disabilities Act or impinge an employee’s sincerely held religious beliefs.

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Bill Staar and Catherine Bousquet Obtain Summary Judgment in New Hampshire Superior Court

Jul 7 2020
Morrison Mahoney LLP Partner, Bill Staar, and Associate, Catherine Bousquet, recently won a motion for summary judgment on behalf of the Derry Village (New Hampshire) Condominium Association ("Derry") and its property manager, i.e., Cedar Management Group ("Cedar") in a $2,000,000-demand lawsuit stemming from a significant slip-and-fall accident. (Theberge v. Derry Village Condominium Association, et al.; New Hampshire Superior Court (Rockingham County); No.-218-2018-CV-01112)

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Doug McInnis Obtains Summary Judgment in Middlesex Superior Court

Apr 22 2020
Morrison Mahoney Of Counsel Doug McInnis recently won a summary judgment motion in a liability case where the plaintiff sustained catastrophic injuries after he fell approximately 18 feet off of a vertical reciprocating conveyor (VRC) while he was accepting a freight delivery for his employer.

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Arthur Liederman & Nicole Battisti Obtain Dismissal of an Action in the United States District Court for the District of Nevada

Jan 6 2020
Morrison Mahoney Partners Arthur Liederman and Nicole Battisti, along with Associate Nicole Khalouian, obtained a dismissal of an action pending in the United States District Court for the District of a Nevada against our client for personal injuries arising from the use of our clients generic prescription medication Lamotrigine used to treat epilepsy.

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