Thursday, July 16, 2020
You may recall that back on March 19, I posted a link to Ron Miller reporting on the first COVID-19 lawsuit, arising out of the Grand Princess cruise ship. The plaintiffs in that case sued the cruise line for emotional distress because of fear of exposure to COVID-19. Yesterday, a federal judge dismissed the lawsuit and warned of a "flood of trivial cases." Tom Hals at Reuters has the story.