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Poor people are still suffering from economic downturn brought by COVID

April 6, 2021

As seen in the CT Mirror By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas and Kasturi Pananjady The coronavirus thrust Connecticut — and the world — into an economic tailspin one year ago. Today, […]

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Asian Americans Face Discrimination Over COVID-19 Hate Crimes, Attacks

March 9, 2021

After widely publicized anti-China rhetoric pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have experienced hate incidents. In 2020, the activist group Stop AAPI Hate […]

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Healthcare Employee Rights: Can a Frontline Worker Refuse the Vaccine?

February 9, 2021

Because of employee rights protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and religious discrimination laws, when an employer creates a policy that mandates getting the COVID-19 vaccine, they must […]

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COVID-19 Related Lawsuits Met With Mixed Results: More to Come in 2021

January 11, 2021

When COVID-19 first made its way into the United States, lawyers across the country prepared to be bombarded with virus-related litigation throughout 2020. Now, almost a month into 2021, coronavirus […]

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Restaurant, Bar Owners Question Enforceability of COVID-19 Mandates as Business Suffers

December 7, 2020

It is estimated that restaurant owners across the United States will have lost an average of $240 billion by year’s end because of COVID-19 mandates. But now, with governors across […]

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Managers Bet on Employees Contracting COVID-19: Families Seek Answers

November 23, 2020

Tyson Foods is in legal trouble after the family of a deceased worker filed a claim for wrongful death. Isidro Fernandez died earlier this year after contracting COVID-19 in a […]

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Students Seek Legal Action: COVID-19 Refunds For Breach of Contract

November 9, 2020

In March, students from large state institutions to small private universities were forced to pack up their belongings and transition rather abruptly into online learning as a result of COVID-19 […]

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Inmates Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19, This Time Because of Stimulus Funds

October 27, 2020

Due to overcrowding, pre-existing conditions, and the age demographic of many of those incarcerated in America, prison inmates in the United States have once again been victimized by COVID-19, this […]

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COVID-19 Superspreader Events: Can I Sue If I Get Sick?

October 20, 2020

From weddings to bars, political gatherings to off-campus parties, COVID-19 superspreader events have impacted those everyday citizens to White House officials. Though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has […]

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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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