Circuit Judge John K. Bush accuses the federal government of laying claim to "near-dictatorial powers."
Coronavirus Contract Law
“[As to the] university’s ... argument that any breach resulting from the transition to online teaching was de minimis because the student still earned credits toward a diploma: ‘This is kind of like purchasing a Cadillac at full price and receiving an Oldsmobile. Although both are fine vehicles, surely it is no consolation to the Cadillac buyer that the ‘Olds’ can also go from Point A to Point B.’”
Plaintiffs are suing for breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
A mounting number of lawsuits are challenging the Trump administration's claim that it can adopt any policy it deems reasonably necessary to combat the pandemic.
Renewed wrangling over another relief bill has raised the possibility that Congress will pass sweeping liability protections for businesses accused of contributing to the spread of COVID-19.
I can't give a substantive legal analysis, but I dibs the label.