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COVID-19 Insurance Coverage Litigation in New Jersey

Oct 5 2021
COVID-19 related business interruption coverage litigation remains voluminous in the number of suits filed in such a brief period. See how these lawsuits have played out in New Jersey Courts in this article.

“Will Insurers Maintain Their Successes in New Jersey COVID-19 Insurance Coverage Litigation?” by Michael F. Aylward and Mariel Mercado-Guevara

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EEOC: Employers May Require COVID-19 Vaccinations for Employees

Mar 3 2021
As COVID-19 vaccinations are becoming more readily available, the question has emerged regarding whether employers may require employees to receive a vaccine before returning to work. The short answer is yes, as long as the employer does not run afoul of the Americans with Disabilities Act or impinge an employee’s sincerely held religious beliefs.

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Defending the Hotel Website Discrimination Lawsuit

Feb 18 2021
In the past several months, a rash of lawsuits have been filed in federal district courts throughout New England, and indeed, throughout the country, by plaintiffs claiming that they have been subjected to discrimination by hotels.

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Potential Enforceability of COVID-19 Waivers in Recreational Contexts in Connecticut and Surrounding States

Sep 22 2020
As states across the country implement their reopening procedures and issue health and safety guidelines to businesses in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses such as gyms, and other providers of recreational activities may require patrons to sign liability releases or waivers to exculpate the provider from liability should a patron contract COVID-19 while engaging in the recreational activity sponsored by or at the provider’s facility.

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