The Coming Tsunami Of Employment-Related COVID-19 Litigation

 Tuesday, April 21, 2020

 Law.com

As the world continues to deal with the health and economic catastrophe created by the COVID-19 pandemic, a potential tsunami of related litigation has begun a slow but steady build.

Because the pandemic is unprecedented, predicting the legal fallout left in its cruel wake is difficult.

However, what we can predict—and what we, as lawyers, must predict—is an eventual steady stream of litigation directly related to the havoc wreaked by COVID-19.

It is therefore critical for businesses, and the attorneys advising them, to anticipate the types of litigation they may face in the immediate future.

The ability to predict provides the ability to plan, and planning may be a business’s most potent weapon in weathering the storm of litigation born from the pandemic.
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