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Stopping the Spread: Litigating to Reform Workplaces and Protect Against COVID

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Date Published

September 3, 2020


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers


Professional Practice


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Join Public Justice's Food Project's Litigation Director, David Muraskin, as he discusses litigating to protect workers from COVID. Topics will include: current OSHA guidelines, litigating against OSHA, common law theories, wrongful death claims, sick leave claims, and the current state of Congress's corporate immunity proposals.

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David S. Muraskin, Esq.
Public Justice Food Project Litigation Director - Public Justice Food Project

David S. Muraskin is a Food Project Senior Attorney with Public Justice in Washington, D.C. He focuses on impact litigation... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Litigating to Reform Workplaces and Protect Against COVID - Video
Litigating to Reform Workplaces and Protect Against COVID - Handout
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