Discovery in the Time of COVID-19
by H. Barber Boone
The pandemic has affected the vital process of legal discovery in ways both good and bad. Which changes are likely to become widely accepted in the years ahead?
COVID-19 and a Cloud of Dust
by John J. Song and Theodore M. Becker
Think ERISA health plan litigation was convoluted before? The pandemic—and future pathogens such as the monkeypox virus currently causing consternation among health authorities worldwide—will further upend the legal landscape as new regulations and statutes take effect.
Fighting Back Against the COVID-19 Scammers
by Danielle Braff
Scams related to the pandemic have been a major growth industry the last 12 months. Here’s what to watch out for—and how to fight back.
Know This Contract Clause During the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Roy D. Oppenheim
Force Majeure clauses are common in most contracts and can prove to be invaluable when determining whether one party’s performance is truly outside of that party’s control.
Can Employers Legally Require Their Employees to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?
by Candace E. Johnson
With the COVID-19 vaccine more widely available now, many employers are asking if they can require employees to receive the vaccine and what risks are involved in doing so.
There’s Hope for the Canadian Real Estate Market Post COVID-19
by Steven Tulman
Clover Mortgage offers advice and predictions on the Toronto real estate market as we move on post-pandemic.
As Courts Grapple With the COVID-19 Pandemic, Scarlett Law Group Adapts
by Sean Stonefield
Best Lawyers honoree Randall Scarlett on obtaining results despite unprecedented challenges.
Newly Launched COVID-19 Litigation Project Offers Open Access To Pandemic-Related Court Judgments From Over 70 Countries
by Sara Collin
A worldwide database of COVID-19 cases is uniting more than 70 countries as judges, lawmakers and lawyers continue to navigate pandemic related litigation and the ways in which it’s evolving amid year three.
What Does Workplace Harassment Look Like in 2021?
by Victoria E. Langley
The COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the U.S. workforce. But has it changed harassment on the job?
Fake Vaccination Card Crackdowns Impact Criminal Law
by Justin Smulison
Those who are making, selling and buying fake COVID-19 vaccine cards are facing federal and state charges.