COVID-19 is creating unprecedented burdens upon the way we work and live, says Dallas attorney Kay Van Wey. In fact, she compares what’s going on now to 2014 when an Ebola outbreak hit the city.

Texas Lawyer had the chance to speak with Van Wey recently about who is liable and how to help businesses and citizens understand their risks with COVID-19.

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