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A person receiving a COVID-19 vaccination. RDM's Brandon Powell discusses employer mandated vaccinations.

Can Employers Require COVID-19 Vaccinations?

In a previous post on the RDM Knowledge Blog, we wrote about the legal authority of both federal and state governments to mandate vaccinations among its citizens. In the article, we surmised that although states would have the authority to require vaccines, the political climate rendered such a position unlikely. This has been largely borne out, as no state has made vaccinations compulsory among non-employees, even more than six months after the widespread availability of multiple vaccines and despite lagging vaccination numbers in many states.

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The Missouri Supreme Court recently issued an opinion on non-economic damages caps.

Non-Economic Damages Caps: A Creature of Statute

The Missouri Supreme Court has issued an opinion that could greatly impact the trajectory of tort law in the state. On July 22nd, 2021, the Court upheld Missouri’s non-economic damages cap for medical negligence claims and further held that it does not violate the Missouri Constitution’s right to trial by jury for the legislature to abolish personal injury causes of action existing in common law and replace by statute the same type of claim with new standards.

Continue reading Non-Economic Damages Caps: A Creature of Statute