A Quincy psychiatrist fired by Mass General Brigham after it rejected his request for an exemption for Covid-19 shots on both medical and religious grounds is appealing a judge's ruling to toss his case. Read more.
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Psychiatrist who refused to answer court-ordered questions over his Covid-19 vaccination status appeals judge's dismissal of his case against the hospital that fired him for not getting shots
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Court again denies immediate return to jobs for Mass General Brigham employees who refused Covid-19 shots
For the second time in five months, a federal court has ruled that Mass General Brigham employees who refused to get Covid-19 shots are not entitled to their jobs or pay back while their lawsuit over their firings or decisions to quit wends through the court system. Read more.
List of Mass General Brigham employees suing to not get Covid-19 shots expands, but case won't go to trial until at least 2023
The list of employees suing Mass General Brigham over their dismissals for refusing to get Covid-19 shots expanded to 224 yesterday - which includes four doctors - but the earliest the case could come to trial is sometime in 2023, under a schedule set yesterday by the judge presiding over the case. Read more.
Mass General Brigham wants to keep identities of most panelists who decided who got Covid-19 shot exemptions secret to protect them from threats or worse
Mass General Brigham yesterday asked a judge to let them shield the identities of most of the members of its panels that decided which employees got religious or medical exemptions from Covid-19 shots because of what's happened to officials in other states who stood up for the vaccines and other anti-Covid-19 measures. Read more.
Supreme Court to unvaccinated Mass General Brigham employees: You want your jobs back right away? Get your shots
US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer today rejected a request by a small group of Mass General Brigham employees to make the hospital system give them their jobs back while they fight in court to overturn a hospital requirement they get vaccinated against Covid-19. Read more.
Mass General Brigham employees fired over Covid shots ask Supreme Court to get them their jobs back, even though the court has already rejected a similar bid in Maine
A small group of Mass General Brigham employees who were either fired or quit over their refusal to get vaccinated against Covid-19 have asked the US Supreme Court to order the hospital chain to let them back to work while they continue to pursue their suit over their terminations. Read more.
Court won't order Mass General Brigham to rehire employees fired for refusing to get a Covid-19 shot while their lawsuit is pending
A federal appeals court yesterday declined to order Mass General Brigham to give six employees their jobs back while they pursue a lawsuit over the way they were fired for refusing to get vaccinated against Covid-19. Read more.
A federal judge today rejected a request by more than 260 Mass General Brigham employees to block the hospital network from firing them tomorrow because they don't want to get a Covid-19 shot. Read more.
A group of employees at Mass General Brigham, the state's largest hospital concern, today asked a federal judge to block a requirement that they get vaccinated against Covid-19, saying it violates not just their religious freedom but their rights under federal disabilities law. Read more.