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LETTER TO CONGRESS | COVID-19 Liability Protections

May 27, 2020

On May 27, the US Chamber, ILR, and over 200 organizations and associations sent a letter to Congress calling for urgent liability protections related to COVID-19. Read More


RESEARCH | ILR Briefly COVID-19 Series: State Liability Problems and Solutions

May 21, 2020

As states reopen and continue to respond to the needs of their citizens and economies, it is important that they consider offering liability protections to prevent a wave of COVID-19 lawsuits at the state level. This edition of ILR Briefly documents major hot spots for COVID-19 litigation under state law and provides an array of policy solutions to prevent lawsuits from disrupting states' economic recoveries.... Read More


EVENT | ILR Briefly Live Event: COVID-19 State Liability Issues and Solutions

May 13, 2020

Watch ILR's Briefly Live Event where Executive Vice President John Abegg joined Gary Salamido, President and CEO of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce, and Ashli Watts, President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber to explore the current and anticipated sources of COVID-19 liability at the state level. Watch Now



NEWS | 3rd Circ. Punts Amazon Seller Liability Case To Pa. Supreme Court

June 03, 2020

The Third Circuit said Pennsylvania's high court should have a chance to weigh in on state tort law in a case over a woman's injury from a product she bought on Amazon, according to a report in Law 360... Read More


NEWS | Expert Analysis: Limiting Employer Liability For Secondhand Virus Exposure

June 02, 2020

As businesses across our nation reopen and Americans return to their jobs, employers are asking important questions about the liabilities they may face.... Read More


NEWS | Opinion: Let Colleges Reopen Without Fear Of Lawsuits

May 29, 2020

Today, the Washington Examiner ran an opinion piece by Quin Hillyer expressing support for targeted, temporary liability protections for universities and colleges looking to reopen.... Read More


NEWS | Colleges Say Protection From Lawsuits Will Be Key To Reopening

May 28, 2020

Today, colleges and universities became the most recent group to express their need for protection from COVID related lawsuits.... Read More


NEWS | U.S. Chamber and ILR Call for Liability Protection for Businesses as Fear of Lawsuits Continue to Grow

May 27, 2020

Today, the U.S. Chamber and ILR joined over 200 trade associations and other groups calling for Congress to provide temporary and targeted liability relief for millions of businesses. ... Read More


NEWS | Kansas Lawmakers Pass Measure To Limit COVID-19 Suits

May 22, 2020

Today, the Kansas Legislature passed a sweeping coronavirus measure aimed at shielding businesses and healthcare providers from coronavirus-related lawsuits, according to a report in the Associated Press.... Read More


NEWS | U.S. Chamber And ILR Push For Timely, Targeted, And Temporary Liability Protections

May 22, 2020

A top legislative goal for ILR and the U.S. Chamber is to provide a safe harbor from COVID-19-related lawsuits for businesses who follow government guidelines, according to a report in Roll Call. ... Read More


NEWS | As America Reopens, Prepare For A Flood Of Coronavirus Workplace Lawsuits

May 20, 2020

As businesses prepare to reopen, their owners are left to make difficult decisions about how to operate while protecting customers and employees and fending off potential liability, according to a report on CNBC.... Read More


NEWS | Congress Can Pass Protections for Businesses Scared of COVID-19 Lawsuits

May 20, 2020

Congress has the authority to pass protections for businesses that are worried reopening during the coronavirus pandemic will lead to costly litigation initiated by personal injury lawyers, says a memorandum published by The Federalist Society.... Read More


WEBINAR | Is There A Bipartisan Solution For Business Liability Concerns?

May 19, 2020

In the immediate response to the current COVID-19 public health and economic crisis, Congress came together to provide fast, practical help to communities and small businesses across the country.... Read More


NEWS | Securities Litigation Loss Prevention During a Pandemic

May 19, 2020

Companies navigating the current pandemic and its financial effects face several risks. Among these risks is the possibility of litigation, according to a report in the D&O Diary.... Read More


NEWS | Congress Needs To Protect Businesses From A COVID Litigation Pandemic

May 18, 2020

When the Senate debates the next stimulus package, members will almost certainly discuss whether or not to include liability protections for businesses affected by COVID-19, according to a report in Court House News Service.... Read More


NEWS | Call the Virus What It Is: Unprecedented and Unpredictable

May 18, 2020

The COVID pandemic has had a major impact on both our lives and the economy. As states continue to reopen, communities must be realistic and reasonable in their expectations as to how businesses – especially those that are locally-owned – will react in a post-COVID-19 economy, Bill Bissett, president & CEO of the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce... Read More


NEWS | Health Providers Fighting COVID Should Beware Tort Risks

May 15, 2020

“COVID-19 immunities are not absolute protections against liability. Litigation is not only inevitable, but is already proliferating,” said Lisa Ruggiero and Aileen McTiernan, two attorneys at defense firm Locke Lord LLP writing in a recent analysis for Law 360... Read More


NEWS | The Coming Plague (of Litigation)

May 14, 2020

"In a month, a year, or even by the time this article is published, New Jersey's dockets will be thick with COVID-19-related litigation like crabgrass in a suburban lawn," Eric A. Inglis and Jeffrey T. LaRosa, two partners at defense firm Schenck Price Smith & King, wrote in a recent analysis for the New Jersey Law Journal... Read More


NEWS | 21-State Coalition Urges Congress to Enact COVID-19 Liability Protections

May 13, 2020

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is leading a 21-state coalition urging Congress to enact targeted liability protections in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. "This country is in need of a common-sense framework to provide liability protection for much-needed goods and services while still ensuring victims are able to seek legal redress and compensation where appropriate,"... Read More


NEWS | Businesses Plead With Judiciary Committee For Help From Coronavirus Lawsuits

May 13, 2020

On Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee hosted a hearing examining liability concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic. There is widespread fear that a wave of lawsuits could result from possible workplace exposure to the virus, according to a report in Legal Newsline.... Read More


BLOG | Missouri Legislature Sends Important, Commonsense Bill To Governor's Desk

May 12, 2020

Litigation will undoubtedly play a major role in the uncertain economic times ahead. Thankfully, the Missouri legislature just passed a bill that will put the focus back on consumers by keeping unwarranted litigation out of their courtrooms.... Read More


NEWS | Sen. John Cornyn Urges Congress Protect Businesses From a "Lawsuits Epidemic"

May 12, 2020

Yesterday, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) spoke on the Senate floor about the need for Congress to protect American businesses from a "lawsuit epidemic."... Read More


NEWS | Seattle Times Editorial: Coronavirus Liability Protections Must Strike a Reasonable Balance

May 12, 2020

As states slowly emerge from stay-home orders, most discussion has rightly focused on physical safeguards for workers, customers and other communities from COVID-19, but responsible loosening of the shutdown must also involve setting reasonable limits to liability for companies that have taken recommended precautions and acted in good faith, according to an editorial in The Seattle Times.... Read More


NEWS | Protection Against a Lawsuit Boom Vital to Economic Recovery

May 11, 2020

As the world manages the effects of the pandemic on families, businesses and communities, one major hurdle continues to be COVID-related lawsuits.... Read More


NEWS | Business groups say Gov. Wolf's civil immunity for healthcare providers not enough

May 11, 2020

Last week, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed an executive order giving certain healthcare practitioners protection against liability for good faith actions taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic – a move state business groups say does not go far enough, according to a report in Pennsylvania Business Report.... Read More


BLOG | From the President's Desk: Americans Agree: Congress Should Protect Employers from COVID-19 Lawsuits

May 08, 2020

Business owners have taken the biggest economic punch of their lives these last few weeks. Now, as they are thinking about how to reopen, a major concern is lawsuits.... Read More


NEWS | Washington Post Columnist Marc Thiessen Calls For Congress To Protect Reopened Businesses From A Lawsuit Pandemic

May 08, 2020

As we restart the economy, U.S. businesses that survived the coronavirus shutdown could face a lawsuit pandemic, according to a column written by Marc A. Thiessen that ran in The Washington Post.... Read More


NEWS | Business Groups Want Protection from Coronavirus Lawsuits for SC Employers

May 08, 2020

Dozens of business groups are calling on federal legislators to protect employers from legal liability if works become sick with COVID-19 after returning to the workplace... Read More


RESEARCH | ILR Briefly COVID-19 Series: Federal Liability Problems and Solutions

May 07, 2020

As the public health and economic consequences of COVID-19 continue to mount, plaintiffs' lawyers are looking for ways to expand upon their legal theories and bring opportunistic litigation. This edition of ILR Briefly explores four projected hot spots of COVID-19 litigation: exposure liability, product liability, medical malpractice, and securities litigation. The paper goes on to recommend targeted federal legislative and administrative solutions to combat abusive lawsuits in these areas and protect the economic recovery.... Read More


NEWS | NPR's Morning Edition Examines Georgia's Decision to Reopen Small Businesses

May 07, 2020

In a recent segment on NPR’s Morning Edition, NPR's Noel King spoke with Amanda Mull of The Atlantic and Derek Canavaggio, manager of a bar in Athens, Georgia, to discuss how businesses in the state are deciding when to reopen..Read More


NEWS | SC Businesses at 'End of the Rope' from COVID-19, New South Carolina Chamber Survey Shows

May 07, 2020

South Carolina businesses are facing challenges as they decide how or whether to reopen amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, according to a report in the State. As businesses in South Carolina open, many owners are reporting that low demand and an inability to cover employees' pay are among their greatest threats... Read More


PRESS RELEASE | U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform Report Highlights Liability Protections Congress Should Pass Immediately

May 07, 2020

New Report is Part of Series Examining COVID Litigation Impact... Read More


NEWS | CNBC Highlights New ILR Poll That Shows Majority Of Americans Support Protecting Employers From Coronavirus Lawsuits

May 06, 2020

A new poll released by ILR shows that the majority of Americans are in favor of Congress passing liability protections for businesses as the economy reopens, according to a report on CNBC. ... Read More


NEWS | Sen. John Barrasso Urges Congress To Include Liability Protection In Future COVID Legislation

May 06, 2020

Yesterday, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) spoke on the Senate floor about the need for Congress to pass liability protections to help America safely reopen as soon as possible.... Read More


PRESS RELEASE | U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform Poll Shows Clear Majority of Americans Support Protecting Employers from Coronavirus Lawsuits

May 05, 2020

Americans across the political spectrum believe that employers must have protections from COVID-related lawsuits as they make decisions about how to safely and sustainably reopen their businesses, according to a new national survey released today by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform. ... Read More


RESOURCE | ILR National Survey: COVID-19 Liability

May 05, 2020

Americans across the political spectrum believe that employers must have protections from COVID-related lawsuits as they make decisions about how to safely and sustainably reopen their businesses, according to a new national survey released by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform. ... Read More


NEWS | Who's Being Sued Over Coronavirus? China, Universities, and Even Governors

May 04, 2020

Americans are believed to be the most litigious people in the world and while there are a lot of nuances surrounding that claim, it’s easy to see why. With at least 63,000 lawsuits filed in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have found no limits to their litigiousness, according to a report in TriCity Herald. Read More


EVENT | ILR Briefly Live Event: COVID-19 Federal Liability Issues and Solutions

April 29, 2020

Watch ILR's Briefly Live Event where ILR President Harold Kim spoke with Akin Gump's Bob Huffman and Skadden Arps' John Beisner as they explored current and anticipated sources of COVID-19 liability at the federal level. Watch Now


BLOG | From the President's Desk: Timely, Targeted, Temporary Liability Protections Are A Must

May 01, 2020

Just a few weeks ago, one of the biggest issues businesses across the country grappled with was a shortage of workers in the strongest employment market in history. Today, those concerns seem like a lifetime ago. Now businesses---from family farms and corner coffee shops to big box stores---grapple with a new reality: protecting their workers and customers amidst a global pandemic. ... Read More


BLOG | Potential Litigation By Governments Against Governments Over Conflicting Reopening Orders

May 01, 2020

The U.S. Chamber Litigation Center published a blog identifying the ways legal conflicts between the federal government and the states-or between the states themselves-may play out in litigation.... Read More


NEWS | As Businesses Reopen, Lawsuits Loom Over COVID-19 Exposure

May 01, 2020

As businesses begin to reopen following COVID-19 related shutdowns, there is a growing push to enact protections for businesses against a possible wave of lawsuits, according to a report in Law.com.... Read More


NEWS | NY Coalition Calls For Liability Protections To Be Included In Any Plan To Re-Open The State’s Economy

April 30, 2020

Today, a coalition of business and tourism advocates delivered a letter to officials in New York recommending additional liability protections be included in any plans to re-open the state economy.... Read More


NEWS | Plaintiffs' Lawyers Seething Over Push to Limit COVID-19 Related Medical Liability

April 29, 2020

Plaintiffs’ attorneys claim the health care and insurance industries are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to push for civil and criminal immunity, according to a report in Law 360... Read More


NEWS | U.S.-Listed Chinese Real Estate Firm Hit with Coronavirus-Related Securities Suit

April 29, 2020

A plaintiff shareholder has filed a U.S. securities class action lawsuit against a Chinese real estate firm whose American Depositary Shares (ADSs) are listed on the NYSE, based on allegations that the company’s January 2020 IPO documents failed to disclose the impact of the outbreak... Read More


ILR IN THE NEWS | Congress Must Act and Protect Business from COVID-Related Lawsuits

April 28, 2020 | USA Today

"We’re looking for a narrowly tailored policy that will give employers the confidence to reopen their businesses without there being a cloud of liability,' says Harold Kim, president of the chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform." Read More


NEWS | For Insurance, Coronavirus is a Curious Catastrophe

April 27, 2020

Business insurers are calling potential losses from Covid-19 “catastrophe.” So far, Chubb reported a $13 million negative direct effect from Covid-19 in the first quarter... Read More


NEWS | Preparing for a Surge in Virus-Related Whistleblower Claims

April 24, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented global economic turmoil. The government has stepped in with numerous new, ill-defined programs, rules, and regulations aimed at addressing the unemployment crisis. Read More


NEWS | The Wall Street Journal: Stopping a Lawsuit Epidemic

April 24, 2020

The world has not seen a pandemic like the coronavirus in a century. It will cost millions of Americans their jobs and tens of thousands of Americans their lives. While our nation struggles to address this pandemic and the recession it has created, we also face the possibility of a "lawsuit epidemic."... Read More


RESEARCH | Briefly COVID-19 Series: Liability Overview

April 23, 2020

As Americans and businesses of all sizes are working together to get through the COVID-19 health crisis, plaintiffs' lawyers have already begun filing COVID-19-related lawsuits. Limiting litigation abuse is essential to making available the tools and resources needed to combat the virus, and ultimately to spurring economic recovery once the immediate health crisis has been resolved. This edition of ILR Briefly explores the current and anticipated types of litigation coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.... Read More


NEWS | What Won't Cure Corona: Lawsuits

April 22, 2020

As coronavirus continues to deliver a severe blow to our economy and our nation struggles to recover one thing that will not help our economy is to allow lawsuits to proliferate according to an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal by Evan G. Greenberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of Chubb. ... Read More


NEWS | Protecting Doctors And Nurses On The Front Lines Of This Pandemic From Lawsuits

April 22, 2020

While most Americans work to help fight this pandemic, a minority of bad actors are trying to take advantage of it. Trial lawyers see profit in these challenging and vulnerable times, and have begun soliciting for new plaintiffs and suing businesses, according to an op-ed in USA Today from Blanche Lincoln and Rick Santorum.... Read More


NEWS | Major League Baseball Sued by Fans Seeking Refunds

April 21, 2020

A class action lawsuit filed earlier this week alleges Major League Baseball has failed to refund ticket holders for the 2020 season in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.... Read More


NEWS | Businesses Face Liability Concerns When Employees Return to Work

April 21, 2020

Thousands of businesses across the country could face coronavirus-related lawsuits once states start to lift pandemic restrictions.... Read More


NEWS | Coronavirus-Related Production Bring Liability Risks

April 20, 2020

Companies that are shifting operations to make masks, ventilators and other medical equipment are taking on liability risks as they work to fight the new coronavirus, legal experts say. Read More


ILR IN THE NEWS | Ending Virus Shutdowns Too Soon Poses Legal Risks for Businesses

April 17, 2020 | Bloomberg Law

Whenever U.S. stores, restaurants and theaters reopen from coronavirus shutdowns, they may face an unexpected problem: lawsuits from sick patrons and workers. Read More


NEWS | States Pass Lawsuit-Protection Measures

April 17, 2020

As our nation continues to persevere through the coronavirus pandemic, more states are passing legal immunity protections for health care providers.... Read More


NEWS | Some Trial Lawyers Look to Take Advantage of COVID-19

April 15, 2020

While most people are doing everything they can to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, some trial lawyers see this pandemic as a major opportunity.... Read More


NEWS | Coronavirus Litigation Against Nursing Homes Takes Off in Tennessee

April 14, 2020

Lawyers in Tennessee are already running commercials targeting nursing homes for coronavirus lawsuits, an effort that Tennessee's Health Care Association (THCA) calls "simply wrong," according to a report in Legal Newsline. ... Read More


BLOG | Chamber Highlights Liability Issues In "Return to Work" Preparedness Letter

April 14, 2020

As we move through these uncertain times, policymakers must find a way to prepare for Americans to return to work. As a new letter from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says, those preparations must include a resolution of the significant liability issues and challenges facing our economy today.... Read More


NEWS | Expect More Claims After COVID-Fueled Economic Slump

April 13, 2020

With anxiety over the coronavirus pandemic causing turmoil in the stock market and containment efforts shuttering businesses and halting huge swaths of the economy, professional liability experts... Read More


COMMENTS | ILR and U.S. Chamber Submit Comments to SBA on PPP

April 09, 2020

The U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce submit these comments to address and support the IFR’s hold-harmless provisions regarding lenders who process and underwrite applications for loans and loan forgiveness by small businesses under the Paycheck Protection Program... Read More


NEWS | Third-Party Litigation Funders' Business is Booming During Pandemic

April 09, 2020

Business is booming for third party litigation funders according to a report in Law 360: "Frankly, we're drinking from a fire hose," said Allison Chock, U.S. Chief Investment Officer for funder Omni Bridgeway... Read More


COMMENTS | ILR/CCMC/CTEC Submit Comments in Support of TCPA Emergency Relief Petition for COVID-19

April 08, 2020

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, the U.S. Chamber Technology Engagement Center, and the U.S. Chamber Center for Capital Market Competitiveness write in support of the Petition for Expedited Declaratory Ruling... Read More


NEWS | Fighting the Onslaught of COVID-19 Lawsuits

April 08, 2020

The U.S. Chamber’s Litigation Center and ILR are working together to track early trends in COVID related lawsuits..Read More


NEWS | With Nationwide Hand Sanitizer Shortage, a New Lawsuit Claims Target Made Misleading Statements About Hand Sanitizer Alarm over Coronavirus has Caused a Run on Hand Sanitizers

April 08, 2020

Alarm over coronavirus has caused a run on hand sanitizers. And now, sanitizers are exceedingly hard to come by, but even with this shortage a woman in California has filed a class action lawsuit against Target over their hand sanitizer according to a report in Legal Newsline.... Read More


NEWS | Google Joins with U.K. Researchers to Track Coronavirus

April 07, 2020

Google is working with researchers in Europe to track the spread of the coronavirus using location data gathered from smartphones... Read More


NEWS | False Claims Act Litigation Will Follow the Stimulus Package

April 07, 2020

If past is prologue, the use of government funds to help businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic will produce False Claims Act investigations and litigation... Read More


NEWS | Trial Lawyers are Already Trying to Cash in on Coronavirus

April 06, 2020

Trial lawyers have already sued cruise ship operators, soap manufacturers and insurance companies, but COVID-19 will give them plenty more opportunities to make money, according to a report in Legal Newsline.... Read More


BLOG | From the President's Desk: New ILR Briefly Paper Shows Securities Class Actions on the Rise

April 03, 2020

A new Institute for Legal Reform report highlights a disturbing trend: securities class actions are on the rise... Read More


ILR IN THE NEWS | Coronavirus Goes to Court: After Lives and Livelihoods Comes the Lawsuits

April 03, 2020 | USA Today

“This early litigation is really, from our vantage point, the tip of the iceberg,” says Harold Kim, president of the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform. “The level of litigation could really go into so many different directions.” Read More


EVENT | ILR Briefly Live Event

April 1, 2020

Watch ILR's first Briefly Live Event to learn the latest trends in securities litigation, including COVID-19 based claims. Watch Now


RESOURCES | Chamber Releases Global Dashboard on COVID-19 Government Policies

April 01, 2020

This week, the U.S. Chamber released a dashboard to help our members stay informed of the most recent global policy actions taken in response to the coronavirus. The U.S. Chamber's International Division has populated the dashboard with links to specific policies as they have come into force and will continue to populate the dashboard with additional countries and information as it becomes available. Read More


NEWS | Legal Uncertainty is Hindering Production of Critical Medical Supplies

April 01, 2020

As the number of documented cases of COVID-19 grows, federal, state and local public health officials, and medical professionals are in desperate need of critical supplies... Read More


NEWS | Postponing the Olympics May Spark Wave Of Litigation

April 01, 2020

On March 24, the Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, and the International Olympic Committee announced that the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games will be postponed. The announcement will likely set off a wave of litigation similar to what occurred in the aftermath of 9/11, according to a report in Law360. ... Read More


NEWS | What to Expect from Securities Suits During the COVID-19 Pandemic

March 30, 2020

Despite the fact that the United States is in the early throes of the pandemic, there were at least two coronavirus-related securities class action lawsuits filed by the end of last week. ... Read More


BLOG | From the President's Desk: Don't Let Plaintiffs' Lawyers Take Advantage of the Coronavirus Recovery

March 26, 2020

Right now, countless Americans and businesses of all sizes are working 24 hours a day to get us through the COVID-19 crisis. But as we adapt to this new normal, plaintiffs' lawyers are also adapting by finding new issues to file coronavirus lawsuits. ... Read More


RESEARCH | ILR Briefly: An Update on Securities Litigation

March 25, 2020

The first issue of ILR Briefly focuses on the securities litigation crisis: how record-high filings have become the new normal, how the Supreme Court's Cyan decision is creating real-world consequences for investors, how Coronavirus claims will likely be the new major front in event-driven litigation, and why not all lawyers can be trusted to protect class interests when millions of dollars in fees are at stake. Read More


NEWS | With Fear of Litigation Gone, Shipments of N95 Masks Will Nearly Double

March 23, 2020

3M's factories in South Dakota and Nebraska are now producing 35 million N95 masks a month, according to a report in The Washington Post.... Read More


NEWS | The Possible Impact of COVID-19 on D&O Claims

March 20, 2020

While prior outbreaks such as the SARS, MERS and Ebola outbreaks caused no D&O claims, COVID-19 continues to be different according to a report in D&O Diary. ... Read More


NEWS | Attorneys Sue Cruise Line Over COVID-19 Outbreak

March 18, 2020

Princess Cruise Lines is already facing multiple suits over a COVID-19 outbreak.... Read More


NEWS | House Passes Coronavirus Bill with Limited Liability Protection for Medical Mask Makers

March 16, 2020

Over the weekend the House of Representatives passed a coronavirus relief bill, but failed to extend liability protection to all types of respirator masks according to a report in Legal Newsline. ... Read More


NEWS | Thousands of Businesses Face the Possibility of "Gross Negligence" Suits Related to the Coronavrius

March 12, 2020

A Florida law firm is already seek to shake down Princess Cruise Lines for causing emotional distress to passengers recently quarantined... Read More


NEWS | Congress to Address Facemask Liability as Part of Coronavirus Package

March 12, 2020

A new coronavirus bill in the U.S. House of Representatives will include a reform expanding liability protection for companies that sell masks. The House will address N95 mask liability according to a report in the New York Post.... Read More

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