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Mask Mandates in the Workplace: OSHA Looks to Be in Lockstep With the CDC

As an increasing number of Americans become vaccinated against COVID-19, cases across the country are plummeting. In fact, the most recent news is particularly encouraging: as of this week, coronavirus cases are down in every state in the country—this for the first time since the pandemic began.

Approximately 60 percent of individuals in the U.S. have already rolled up their sleeves and received at least one shot. With that, severe illness and hospitalizations are also in steep decline. In response, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance, having recently announced that, in most cases, fully vaccinated Americans no longer need to wear masks indoors or outside. (Read More)

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NFTs Are All the Rage. They May Also Raise Some Legal Red Flags

Three Considerations When Buying or Selling Non-Fungible Tokens

Got some spare cash burning a hole in your pocket? Then perhaps you’d like to get in on the NFT craze. Now’s your chance to own a bit of history or, at the very least, a collectible cryptocurrency token that’s one of a kind (well, in a way). (Read More)

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The Reins Have Loosened Under the TCPA, at Least Temporarily

We have all received them, those unsolicited—and unwanted—calls regarding our supposed student loans, credit card debt, troubles with the IRS, even health insurance opportunities. While the subject matter varies, the calls are a constant, as is the nuisance factor. And that, in a nutshell, is what prompted enactment of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) back in 1991. (Read More)