Running a Business During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Do Different “Limitations of Liability” Protect Your Business?

Businesses of all types have some weighty legal issues to wrestle with in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among them are questions regarding the liability of a business to protect workers, customers or clients, vendors, and others from the coronavirus when these individuals are on their premises. As an outgrowth of legal responsibility considerations,…

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How Do Hair Salons, Estheticians, Massage Therapists, and Body Artists Protect Themselves and Their Clients During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

In primary school, nearly all of us have heard about the 50 individual states in our country being “laboratories of democracy.” In some ways, during the COVID-19 pandemic, each of the 50 states in our nation are not only laboratories of democracy, but they’ve become something of laboratories of medical exploration as different tactics are…

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The Legal Liability of Professional Offices to Clients During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Certain types of professional offices have been considered “essential” during the stay at home mandate of the state of California and local units of government. In other words, these particular businesses or professional offices have been operational on some level during the stay at home and broader business shutdown phase of dealing with the COVID-19…

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COVID-19: Police Vehicles and Ambulances Disinfection Procedures

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is likely that a number of vehicles operated by first responders will transport individuals with confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19. Here are guidelines to consider during disinfection to ensure that first responders and healthcare professionals are protected from infection from this deadly disease. Whether using a police cruiser or…

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