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OSHA Complaints and Wrongful Death Suits: Defending Claims Arising Out of COVID-19 Exposure in the Workplace recorded

OSHA Complaints and Wrongful Death Suits: Defending Claims Arising Out of COVID-19 Exposure in the Workplace

Presented by David L. Barron and John S. Ho at Cozen O'Connor

Employers face a two-front battle in relation to defending legal claims related to employee exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace. OSHA has already received tens of thousands of complaints, and many employers will face potential investigations from state and federal safety authorities in the months ahead. Although many states are passing liability shields for employers, there is still the prospect for wrongful death lawsuits on the horizon for many front line employers who have experienced a large number of employee cases. This webinar will provide practical guidance on defending these claims including:

  • Practical guidance on recording employee COVID-19 cases on OSHA 300 Logs and best practices for employer investigations into the source of positive employee cases
  • Guidance on responding to OSHA inquiries related to complaints about COVID-19 exposure
  • Latest update on federal and state laws limiting liability for exposure and the use of waivers and notices in the workplace
  • Workers’ compensation preemption of employee lawsuits and state law exceptions for wrongful death claims

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David L. Barron and John S. Ho at Cozen O'Connor
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