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Objecting to Virtual OSHA Trials in a Coronavirus World


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and its state counterparts have begun pushing for virtual hearings and trials in order to keep up with their heavy dockets and limit the spread of COVID-19. In an article published by Law360, Benjamin Morrell explains what employers should keep in mind when it comes to effectively objecting to remote OSHA proceedings, especially where workplace conduct gives rise to criminal charges.

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