Are US employers that don’t mandate vaccines now at risk?
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Robin Samuel
Robin Samuel (pictured) is a partner, Stephanie Priel is an associate, and Autumn Sharp is a knowledge lawyer at Baker McKenzie

With the delta variant rampaging across the US, more employers are requiring their employees to be vaccinated against covid-19 before they can return to the worksite. For the most part, and subject to state and local law, they can do so legally. But what about companies that are not requiring employees to be vaccinated? What risks do they face?

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