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With RDM, you’re not just another client on the roster. We represent you with unmatched attention to detail, focus, and precision from start to finish.

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Founded in 1996.

Our attorneys have decades of combined litigation experience, and our unique, in-depth approach delivers results for our clients.

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Whether you’ve just started to seek counsel or your trial is quickly approaching, we’ve got the people, skills, and ability to help you at any stage of your case.

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RDM delivers outstanding service and nationwide coverage at Midwestern rates that the big firms can’t compete with.

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Can the Government Require You To Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Two COVID-19 vaccines have been submitted for approval to the Food and Drug Administration. While this is an important step towards bringing the pandemic under control, the vaccine’s efficacy is limited unless an overwhelming majority of the population is vaccinated. Current polling suggests that only a slim majority of people would choose to receive the vaccine. So, if large numbers of people are unwilling to receive the vaccine, what’s next? Can the government make vaccination mandatory? Established case law demonstrate that it’s legally feasible, but whether lawmakers choose to pursue such legislation is an entirely different question in the current political atmosphere.

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