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Earlier this month, I told you about an attorney who claimed that her former employer wrongfully discharged her for refusing to violate a stay-at-home order.

Now, we’ve got another lawyer-plaintiff, this time claiming that his former employer fired him for taking FMLA leave when after contracted COVID-19. Continue reading

Yesterday, in part two of the “types of COVID-19 lawsuits that employers can expect” series, I wrote here about a Families First Coronavirus Response Act lawsuit. An employee-plaintiff alleged that her former employer interfered with and retaliated against her for exercising her rights under the FFCRA.

Today’s lawsuit is a little less vanilla.

Ok, a lot less. Continue reading

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