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Calif. top court to consider employer liability for COVID infections

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Corby Kuciemba says she became seriously ill with COVID-19 after her husband was exposed to the virus at his job with Victory Woodworks in San Francisco. Business groups have said allowing employers to be held liable for so-called ‘take-home’ infections will prompt lawsuits.
Calif. top court to consider employer liability for COVID infections
10 days ago·United States

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Calif. top court to consider employer liability for COVID infections

California's top state court has agreed to decide whether employers can be held liable under state law when their workers contract COVID-19 on the job and spread it to their relatives.

10 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Globe & Mail

California’s top court to consider employer liability for COVID-19 infections

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday granted a request to take up a case brought by Corby Kuciemba, who says she became seriously ill with COVID-19 after her husband was exposed to the virus at his job

10 days ago·Canada
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Times of San Diego

California Supreme Court to Decide If Employers Liable for COVID Infections

Mask-wearing workers prepare to-go orders in Berkeley. Photo by Martin do Nascimento for CalMattersCalifornia’s top state court has agreed to decide whether employers can be held liable under state law when their workers contract COVID-19 on the job and spread it to their relatives.The California Supreme Court on Wednesday granted a request by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to take up a case brought by Corby Kuciemba, who says she became …

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