HeadLocke No. 98: Trial lawyers could hinder COVID-19 recovery

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HeadLocke No. 98: Trial lawyers could hinder COVID-19 recovery

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People in all walks of life are scrambling to adapt to changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many changes already have prompted lawsuits, and more legal action is bound to follow. A recent Washington Examiner essay offered ideas for “Saving the Recovery from the Trial Lawyers.” Author James Copland is senior fellow and director of legal policy at the Manhattan Institute. Copland shares his concerns about COVID-19 litigation with Mitch Kokai.

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