Businesses seeking to shield themselves from potential COVID-19 lawsuits brought by their customers or employees may have friends in the Florida Legislature during its 2021 legislative season.

And Harsh Arora, a partner with Kelley Kronenberg in Fort Lauderdale who has increasingly defended businesses during the coronavirus pandemic through preventive counseling, said the legislature has the right intent.

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