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Scheller Lunchtime Live: Pushing the Needle - Corporate Vaccination Mandates in the Age of Covid Featuring Lucien Dhooge

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Friday, November 5



Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business

Webinar - LinkedIn


Covid-19 vaccination mandates by private employers are a complex issue. Professor Dhooge looks at the positive and negatives associated with vaccination mandates for private companies as well as employees and offers strategies for companies adopting mandates.

Scheller Lunchtime Live is a livestream series hosted by the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business featuring faculty, student, and alumni speakers discussing relevant topics for the tech-driven, digital age.

In this episode, Lucien Dhooge, Sue and John Staton Professor, Law and Ethics, will explore the positives and negatives associated with private vaccination mandates. Topics for discussion will include the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's revised guidelines regarding vaccination mandates, the decision to impose mandates, and possible strategies for private employers adopting vaccination policies.

Just hit "Attend" on the LinkedIn event and refresh the event page or the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business page on Friday, November 5 at 12:00 p.m. ET to access the session. Please note, you must have a LinkedIn profile in order to register and view the livestream.

About Lucien Dhooge

Lucien J. Dhooge is the Sue and John Staton Professor of Law at the Scheller College of Business at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he teaches international business law and ethical decision-making.

After completing an undergraduate degree in history at the University of Colorado in 1980, Professor Dhooge attended the University of Denver College of Law, where he received his J.D. in 1983. He received his LL.M. in 1995 from the Georgetown University Law Center, where he specialized in international and comparative law. Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, Professor Dhooge spent 11 years in private law practice and 12 years serving on the faculty of the University of the Pacific in California.

Professor Dhooge has authored more than sixty scholarly articles, co-authored fourteen books, and has presented research papers and courses throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, and South America. Professor Dhooge is the recipient of numerous research awards given by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, including seven Ralph C. Hoeber Awards for excellence in research. He was designated the outstanding junior business law faculty member in the United States by the Academy in 2002 and received the Kay Duffy Award for outstanding service in 2005. He received the Academy’s Distinguished Career Faculty Award in 2019.

Professor Dhooge was the program chair for the Academy’s 2009 international conference in Denver, Colorado and served as Academy President from 2009 - 2010. Professor Dhooge is a past editor-in-chief of the American Business Law Journal and the Journal of Legal Studies Education.