Customers & workers both beware: you'll likely be asked to waive your right for lawsuits over coronavirus infections

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Whether you are a worker at a newly reopened business or you plan on being a customer there, you will likely be asked to waive your right to sue if you were to become infected with COVID-19.

And even if you do sign such a waiver, there are a ton of possible legal complications.

Thomas Gies is founding attorney of the labor & employment group at the law firm Crowell & Moring in Washington D.C.