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Four days after posting a viral video regarding citizens failing to take the coronavirus seriously, Detroit bus driver. Jason Hargrove, passed away from complications brought on by his contraction of the coronavirus. Hargrove had been a long time employee of the Detroit pubic transit system when he was allegedly coughed…

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The risk of a Vermont ADA lawsuit with Covid-19

The COVID-19 outbreak has produced uncertainty across the spectrum, including legal uncertainty for how the American’s With Disability Act, or ADA, is affected by the ongoing situation. Both employers and employees should know that the ADA protects individuals who have an impairment affecting their ability to perform a major life…

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As the global emergency expands and moves closer to home, hospitals in nearby Boston and New York have become crowded, creating a need to build makeshift facilities and request more supplies as protective equipment and ventilators become scarce.  Along with the supply chain depletion and overcrowding, as we have seen…

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In an effort to assist those on the front line fighting for all of us, Chadwick & Spensley PLLC is offering free 60 minute telephone or teleconference consultations to all Employees working for Vermont Medical Centers* as well as all Vermont Grocery Store Employees. “Our front line workers are sacrificing…

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