Clelia Pergola of the New Jersey Elder Law Center joins us for this discussion about the passion she brings to her work protecting seniors.
NJBIA has been urging lawmakers to provide some legal immunity from COVID-19 lawsuits for businesses that open responsibly and follow the best guidelines for keeping employees and customers safe. Now a national law firm is collecting data on how big a problem legal liability can be as states reopen their economies. Using data from its […]
NJBIA has been pushing for both the state government and Congress to enact liability protections for businesses as they reopen. It looks like those efforts may be yielding some results. According to NJBIZ, legislative leaders have begun showing support for the concept of providing businesses with limited legal immunity against COVID-19 lawsuits as the state […]
If New Jersey or Congress fail to grant some sort of liability protections for businesses reopening during the coronavirus pandemic, employers may consider asking their customers not to sue them by getting them to agree to advance liability waivers. Before going down that road, however, employers should know that the level of protection such waivers […]