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Lawsuits Likely As Businesses Reopen

May 6, 2020
Suzanne Hutton cleans her barber’s chair between clients at The Barber Shop in Broken Arrow on April 24.
(Matt Barnard/Tulsa World via AP)

As Oklahoma and other states begin to reopen slowly, attorneys say businesses will likely face liability lawsuits related to COVID-19. Journal Record editor Russell Ray discusses how litigation costs could devastate small businesses. 

This is the Manager’s Minute. I’m Dick Pryor. 


COVID-19 has separated us from friends and loved ones and changed our daily lives. It doesn’t affect everybody the same way, but this crisis has also pulled people closer together.