Welcome to this 36th issue of Unprecedented. When we published our first issue on March 24, our understanding of the type of litigation to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic was much like our understanding of the virus itself: limited by the absence of any modern comparison. Almost a year later, of course, we have a much better sense of which lawsuits represented a real trend and which were mere outliers. And so, we have used this final issue of 2020 to offer a broader commentary on the types of litigation that have defined this first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When we return in 2021, we will do so on a biweekly publication schedule. Our commitment to bringing you the latest trends in COVID-19-related litigation, however, will remain unchanged. Until then, we wish you the happiest of holidays and a wonderful new year.
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