Until We Meet in Denver…An Encouraging Message from David Rabiner!

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Guest blog post courtesy of Executive Coach, David Rabiner. This summer’s Leadership Summit – An Exclusive Executive Experience in Denver as most of you know, was originally scheduled for last year. The Leadership Summit was (and is) intended specifically for … Continued

EEOC Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccinations: Part 3 – Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) and Vaccinations

Guest blog post courtesy of Brian Rickert, Construction Practice Group Chair at BrownWinick Law Firm. This is part 3 in our series. You may have questions about COVID-19 vaccinations and what can and cannot be done, including questions about the applicability … Continued

EEOC Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccinations: Part 2 – ADA and Title VII Issues Regarding Mandatory Vaccinations

Guest blog post courtesy of Brian Rickert, Construction Practice Group Chair at BrownWinick Law Firm. This is part 2 of our series. You may have questions about COVID-19 vaccinations and what can and cannot be done, including questions about the applicability … Continued

EEOC Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccinations: Part 1 – ADA and Vaccinations

Guest blog post courtesy of Brian Rickert, Construction Practice Group Chair at BrownWinick Law Firm. You may have questions about COVID-19 vaccinations and what can and cannot be done, including questions about the applicability of various equal employment opportunity (EEO) … Continued

Illinois Enacts Illinois Preference Act; Iowa Reciprocates With Same Requirements on Public Works Jobs

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You might have heard by now. But we at the Master Builders of Iowa wanted to publish this blog post as a reminder of some recent developments related to bidding public projects in Iowa. In late 2020, Illinois enacted their … Continued