Mandatory Vaccination Policies are Likely Legal in Some States, but Should Your Business Implement Them?
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Mandatory Vaccination Policies are Likely Legal in Some States, but Should Your Business Implement Them_
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Matthew Wallin is a senior associate in the Los Angeles office where he practices labor and employment law. He has extensive experience defending private business and public entities in litigation and advising clients on labor compliance issues.
Missy Griffin is an associate in the San Jose office of Gibbs Giden where she represents clients in the areas of construction claims and litigation in addition to business and commercial transactions. Ms. Griffin has worked on complex construction litigation, contract analysis, contract drafting, corporate governance issues, and data privacy and compliance matters. Ms. Griffin is an Adjunct Professor and a member of the Dean’s Council at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, and an active member of the American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on Construction Law, the largest association of construction lawyers in the world.
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