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Posted Jan 15, 2021
Since last spring, the question of liability in spreading COVID-19 has come up many times. Frequently, it arises in the context of what business’s responsibility is to its employees and its patrons if they continue to operate in high-transmission areas of the country. While few legal cases have arisen against businesses for failure to protect employees and patrons from COVID-19, it is still a question that business owners should ask themselves, so that they can take proper steps to protect their companies from liability related to the spread of COVID-19. Here are some things you can do to protect your business.
Posted Jan 01, 2021
COVID-19 has proven to be an unusually divisive disease, with some arguing for more health mandates to control it and others pushing for businesses and individual lifestyles to proceed as normal. A year after the pandemic initially came to our shores, COVID-19 continues to be a point of contention for many, even as vaccinations proceed in every state. But one question that has begun to arise—perhaps as a result of the division this disease has caused—is whether or not an individual can be held liable for spreading COVID-19. Keep reading to learn more about this possibility, and whether or not there’s any legal precedence for it.
Posted Dec 29, 2020
At Harr Law, we specialize in high-asset divorce cases. But despite what the name implies, a high-asset divorce is less about the total value of your assets and more about how diverse and complex your assets are. If you’re heading into a divorce and have complex assets in your marriage, here are a few things that you need to consider.
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