Category: Covid-19

Governor Holcomb Signs COVID-19 Immunity Bill into Law

On Friday, February 19, 2021, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed HB1 into law, providing tort immunity to business for actions “arising from COVID-19.” The legislation provides immunity for harms that result from the actual, alleged, or possible exposure or contraction of COVID-19 as well as services, treatment, or other actions performed for COVID-19. Immunity extends…
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Requiring Employees to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

  With the various COVID-19 vaccines become more widely available to the working age population, employers are likely considering whether or not to require their employees receive the vaccine. In general, employers may require employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or any vaccine for that matter. That being said, if an employer elects to institute…
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Jim Whitlatch and Ryan Heeb speak at The Chamber’s Speaker Series on COVID Vaccines – Tuesday, February 16th @ 12pm

Legal Issues & the Vaccine – Chamber’s Speaker Series with Jim Whitlatch and Ryan Heeb   As COVID-19 vaccinations ramp up across the country, make sure your business understands the legal implications the vaccine can have in the workplace. Join us on Tuesday, February 16th from 12-1 pm to hear from Jim Whitlatch and Ryan Heeb on everything…
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COVID-19 Vaccines Now Available to Hoosier Residents 70+

In addition to first responders and licensed/unlicensed healthcare workers, septuagenarians living in Indiana are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. For information about the vaccine and to register to receive it, you can visit the state government website: vaccine.coronavirus.in.gov. To register, you (or the person navigating the website on your behalf) will need to…
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