Fisher Phillips Partner Explores Waivers for Universities as They Grapple with COVID Litigation Risks
With students, faculty and staff returning to many campuses, this fall will be a COVID-19 liability minefield even under the best of circumstances. Will waivers be the way to help shield education institutions from liability? In an interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education, Michael Holt explains that waivers – or at least a disclosure or an acknowledgement of risk – can increase awareness of peril and underscore the communal responsibilities shared in the current crisis. This tactic, he explains, helps people become partner in this decision.
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