In an emerging practice of coronavirus-related litigation, ranging from infection in the workplace, mandatory vaccinations and workers’ compensation to employee exemptions, attorneys are learning which claims to pursue—and those to avoid.

Here are three arguments attorneys advise against: hinging new hires on vaccine passports; linking wrongful termination to the Food and Drug Administration’s emergency-use authorization; and claiming genetic discrimination against unvaccinated customers.

1. Required for New Hires

Sandra Cianflone, Healthcare Litigation and Trial Attorney at Hall Booth Smith, P.C. in Atlanta, GA. Courtesy photo Sandra Cianflone of Hall Booth Smith, Atlanta. (Courtesy photo)

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