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COVID-19 Nasal Swab Leaves Patient in Critical Condition

October 12, 2020

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 80,000,000 COVID-19 tests have been reported in the United States. With that many tests and more being administered each […]

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COVID-19 Nursing Home Lawsuits Build

October 5, 2020

After months of unanswered questions, and final burial plans put on pause, many families who have lost loved ones due to COVID-19 have taken action against the nursing homes that […]

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ADA “Perceived As Disabled” Employment Lawsuits Surge In COVID-19

September 28, 2020

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with disabilities are protected from employment discrimination. However, the Act also protects those employees who are not disabled but are perceived as […]

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Ohio Signs Bill Protecting Frontline Workers From COVID-19 Related Lawsuits

September 21, 2020

In response to frontline workers’ fears of legal repercussions in the face of COVID-19, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed a bill protecting frontline workers and individuals from lawsuits related to […]

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Workplace Whistleblower Protections Become Latest Concern in COVID-19 Era

September 14, 2020

Bloomberg Law reports that as employers grapple with COVID-19-related workplace safety concerns, state and local laws across the country have adapted whistleblower protections for employees. However, the question remains–is it […]

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Philadelphia Restaurants File Class Action For Business Interruption Coverage

September 7, 2020

As many businesses have struggled to attain business interruption coverage since the onset of COVID-19, Philadelphia restaurant owners have banned together to file a class action lawsuit against Allianz SE. […]

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College Football Sparks Concerns of Lax Protocols of COVID-19 Safety

August 31, 2020

Saturday started the kickoff of college football across the United States. Though only the ACC, Big 12, SEC, AAC, Sun Belt, Conference USA, and independents Army, BYU, and Liberty, as […]

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Last Minute Changes to College to Combat COVID-19 Have Students, Parents Scrambling

August 25, 2020

As colleges and universities across the country commence classes once more, outbreaks on campus, delayed testing, and concerns over social distancing protocol have many colleges making adjustments to the semester. […]

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COVID-19 Workplace Lawsuits on The Rise

August 17, 2020

Businesses are reopening across the United States, ending the months-long trend of working from home. But now, major companies across the country are dealing with a new issue–workplace lawsuits as […]

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Teachers Face Pressure to Return to Classroom, Forced to Resign

August 10, 2020

In the United States alone, there are more than 3.5 million teachers. That’s 3.5 million individuals who, after months of uncertainty, are now being tasked with the decision of facing […]

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