Litigators often refer to so-called "bad facts," which are the facts that have the potential to sink a case with a jury. This 33rd issue of Unprecedented discusses a case with perhaps the worst alleged set of "bad facts" that we've seen so far -- a management betting pool on how many workers would contract COVID-19. This highlights one of the biggest risks that companies face: even the best policies and procedures can be undermined if the people responsible for implementing them do not buy in. Read further to learn about this case and other COVID-19-related issues ranging from shutdown litigation to liability protection.
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