Top Tips on How Hotel Employers Can Avoid a Covid Litigation Infection
Dec 14, 2021

CDF Partner Ashley Halberda authors an article on "Top Tips on How Hotel Employers Can Avoid a Covid Litigation Infection," for Hotel Business Review's December Hotel Law edition.  In this article, Ashley outlines the best ways that companies can weather the COVID storm, so that hotel employers can safely, efficiently, and profitably run their business in 2022 to avoid a COVID litigation infection.


"With the constantly changing landscape of COVID-19 protocols, and the first wave of COVID-related employment litigation inundating courts, hotel employers find themselves in a perpetual state of reacting to new government mandates, updating (or completely revamping) workplace policies, and proactively taking steps to avoid a COVID-related lawsuit.

Corporate executives in the hotel industry have been forced to divert their attention from routine business operations to focus on what has become business as usual – masks, vaccines, and antigen tests – transforming hotels into sham healthcare providers.

It is nearly impossible to stay up to date on applicable federal law, OSHA regulations and CDC guidance without adversely impacting the business."

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