COVID-19 and Unprecedented: Litigation Insights, Issue 32, November 2020

How quickly things change. This, perhaps more than anything else, encapsulates the world of COVID-19 and the related litigation. Between Issue 31 and Issue 32 of Unprecedented, the United States has seen its reported COVID-19 cases increase from 10 million to 11 million, while also seeing encouraging developments on vaccines that might be ready in limited quantities as early as December. This same theme of change plays out in this week's updates. A court decision affirming an El Paso, Texas shutdown order is reversed within the week. And a meat processing industry that initially found itself the target of employee lawsuits is now suing to keep open its doors. Continue through this 32nd issue of Unprecedented and observe with us these trends in COVID-19-related litigation.

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