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Tressi Cordaro Comments on the Future of OSHA's “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” Regulation

Tressi Cordaro comments on implications of OSHA’s recent announcement clarifying that employers in State Plans must submit injury and illness data in ”OSHA State Plan Employers Must Report, Too,” published by EHS Today.

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May 9, 2018
EHS Today

Matthew Nieman Comments on Implications of Positive Workplace Drug Tests Remaining at 10-Year High

May 9, 2018

Matthew Nieman comments on implications of the number of positive results from employment-related drug tests in 2017 and its threat to workplace safety in "Workforce Drug Positivity at Highest Rate in a Decade," published by EHS Today. Subscription may be required to view article   Read More

April 23, 2018
Inside OSHA Online

Kathryn Russo Discusses Labor Secretary Acosta's Comments During Recent Congressional Hearing on Jobs Gap

April 23, 2018

Kathryn Russo discusses Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta signaling a “step back” in the Trump Administration's strict zero-tolerance approach on drug use in the workplace, opening the door to a possible softening in OSHA's plans to roll back an Obama-era rule that precludes company policies, such as drug testing in "Acosta Waivers... Read More

February 21, 2018
Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business

Kathryn Russo's Congressional Testimony Before House Subcommittee Highlighted

February 21, 2018

Kathryn Russo is highlighted for her recent Congressional testimony before House Subcommittees on the opioid epidemic and implications for workplaces in "Wake Up Call: Ex-Skadden Lawyer Gives Mueller Guilty Plea, Not Cooperation," published by Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business. Subscription may be required to view article Read More