Articles by Stephanie Rapp-Tully

GovExec Daily: What Feds Need to Know About Coming Back to Hybrid Offices

The COVID-19 crisis forced the federal government into “maximum telework” since March 2020. As vaccination rates are on the rise and we approach President Joe Biden’s July 4…

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Employers have the law on their side to mandate vaccines, experts say

WASHINGTON (SBG)— A Houston hospital’s decision to mandate that employees get vaccinated against COVID-19 was upheld in court as a judge dismissed claims in a lawsuit by…

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White House: Agencies shouldn’t require vaccinations or ask for employees’ vaccination status

Agencies “generally” should not require vaccination for federal employees or contractors to come back into the office, and they shouldn’t require those individuals to…

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Tully Rinckey Announces New Equity Partner Class of 11

Tully Rinckey Announces New Equity Partner Class of 11    January 23, 2020 – Albany, N.Y. – On January 2, 2020, the firm promoted 11 existing Partners to Equity Partner…

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Supreme Court ruling on LGBT protections in the workplace could have far-reaching impact

Employers and employees alike should be aware that an upcoming ruling by the United States Supreme Court regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) protections in…

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Unsanitary conditions at Pettis Medical Center may have led to rise in potentially fatal infections, VA says

Office of Inspector General report faults lack of training, also reaffirms cover-up of Legionella outbreak in 2017 and 2018 Department of Veterans Affairs officials failed to…

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