U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma

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Western District of Oklahoma dismisses without prejudice challenge to OSHA’s recordkeeping and anti-retaliation rule

March 11, 2024

Dismissal Order

U.S. Chamber and coalition of plaintiffs files combined brief in opposition to OSHA’s cross-motion to dismiss and in support of plaintiffs’ motion for summary judgement

July 12, 2019

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Business coalition including U.S. Chamber files motion for summary judgment in litigation against OSHA’s 2016 recordkeeping and anti-retaliation rule

May 17, 2019

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U.S. Chamber files amended complaint in litigation challenging OSHA’s electronic reporting and anti-retaliation rule

April 01, 2019

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Litigation over the rule, issued at the very end of the Obama administration, has been stayed during most of the Trump administration for reconsideration of the rule. The Trump administration reconsidered the rule, proposed to revise part of the rule (concerning certain aspects of the electronic reporting requirements) and finalized that rule. The Chamber’s amended complaint accounts for the changes made to the rule.

Unopposed motion to stay filed

July 10, 2017

Now under the Trump administration, the Government moved to stay the proceedings so that OSHA can reconsider the rule.

U.S. Chamber files lawsuit challenging OSHA reporting and anti-retaliation rule

January 04, 2017

The National Association of Home Builders of the United States, U.S. Chamber, et al. filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration’s reporting and anti-retaliation rule from OSHA.

Bradford T. Hammock, Tressi L. Cordaro, and Raymond Perez of Jackson Lewis P.C. and Sam R. Fulkerson of McAfee & Taft served as co-counsel for the plaintiffs.

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