Two lawsuits, both filed [Tyson complaint 1, Tyson complaint 2] by the estates or surviving family members of Tyson workers who died from contracting COVID-19 at their workplace, allege that the managers of meatpacking plants acted recklessly, lied to their employees about the risk COVID-19 posed, and placed bets among themselves on how many employees would contract the disease.

[To accompany Federal Case Law Update "Lawsuits Allege Tyson Managers Placed Bets on the Spread of Coronavirus" from Brooks Animal Law Digest Issue No. 60.]  

Full content available online for free