On June 15, 2020, in a case entitled Bostock v. Clayton County, the United States. Supreme Court ruled that an employer who fires an individual for being gay or transgender violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Gerald Bostock, a gay man working as a county employee, began participating in a gay . . .
On June 10, 2020, the Minnesota Supreme Court upheld a Minneapolis ordinance that governs safe and sick time for employees working in Minneapolis: Minnesota Chamber of Commerce v. City of Minneapolis, No. A18-0771 (Minn. Jun. 10, 2020). Under the Minneapolis ordinance, employees who work in the city for at least 80 hours a year accrue . . .
1. Are there any new insurance policies or endorsements available that would protect business owners against claims made by patrons, guests, or employees alleging exposure to and/or infection of the virus at their properties? There are no new insurance coverage or endorsements/riders available for business owners that would protect them against such claims. While there . . .