Law schools, firms watch coronavirus outbreak02.19.2020
Indianapolis-based Katz Korin Cunningham is sticking to its usual protection protocols that are instituted every flu season and has not taken any extra precautions because its attorneys do not typically travel internationally, said shareholder Norris Cunningham. Even so, he noted Indiana’s expanding global economic reach means the coronavirus will have an impact here regardless of whether any Hoosier gets sick.
The longer the outbreak continues, Cunningham foresees Indiana manufacturers turning to their attorneys with supply chain issues. If the economy begins to stumble and companies have trouble getting the products they need, some businesses might want to file a lawsuit against their suppliers...
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Katz Korin Cunningham has merged with Stoll Keenon Ogden and is now doing business as SKO.
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