Recently, I’ve had a ton of clients ask me to draft the same document: A Covid-19 waiver.
While I haven’t yet seen any litigation surrounding someone catching Covid-19 at a business, the future of lawsuits surrounding this topic is not out of the question, so you’ll want to be proactive in order to protect your business. Stick around to learn what a Covid-19 waiver is, why your business might need one, and how enforceable they might be.
In this episode we’ll cover:
Why a Covid-19 waiver is important for non-essential brick and mortar businesses
The key provisions you should expect to see in a Covid-19 waiver
Important considerations to keep in mind if you want your employees to sign waivers
What to do if a customer or client does not want to sign a Covid-19 waiver
How waivers would affect pre-standing monthly memberships
Is your business in need of a Covid-19 waiver? Then I highly suggest that you check out The Contract Vault! With over 70 contracts and counting, The Contract Vault is your all-access pass to industry-specific template contracts. Our contract templates are constantly being updated to reflect new changes in the law to ensure that you and your business are fully protected.
Plus, members of The Contract Vault have access to our Members-Only Facebook Group, where each month I will be teaching deep dives on important topics that you need to know to protect your business. Think of it as your Business Legal School.
The Legalpreneur Podcast is advertising/marketing material. It is not legal advice. Please consult with your attorney on these topics. Copyright Andrea Sager Law 2020