The Calm Before the Storm: A Look at Pending COVID-Related Litigation
Part of the UB Law in Focus Discussion Series
The global pandemic has upended businesses, economies and families. It has also brought about a variety of legal actions, including failure-to-warn claims, injunctions, class action lawsuits, and employer liability. What can attorneys, consumers and business owners do to protect themselves from liability, or assert their rights, before the onslaught of litigation?
On August 5, 2020, Don Kinsley, J.D. '91, a director in the Wilmington, DE firm of Maron Marvel Bradley Anderson & Tardy; Imoh Akpan, J.D. ’06, a partner in the Baltimore firm of Franklin and Prokopik; and Jonat han Novak, J.D. '09, an attorney with Fears Nachawati in Dallas discussed these issues.
Don Kinsley, J.D. '91
Director at Maron Marvel Bradley Anderson & Tardy
Imoh Akpan, J.D. '06
Partner at Franklin and Prokopik
Jonathan Novak, J.D. '09
Attorney at Fears Nachawati
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