While videoconferencing and homeschooling have flourished during the COVID-19 pandemic, so has something more contentious... lawsuits. Alan and Kerri Kasem interviewed the star players involved with a few high profile COVID-related cases that are sure to have far-reaching effects. First, attorney Noel Garcia and her client Akayla Miller joined the show to talk about their lawsuit against the California State University, Los Angeles system over tuition refunds. Then, renowned defense lawyer Mark Geragos discussed the various coronavirus lawsuits he and his firm are involved in, most notably one against Travelers Insurance to cover his business losses due to the shutdown. And, lastly, with the country opening up, are waivers to enter a restaurant, or begin a job, worth the paper they are written on? Learn your rights with hospitality attorney Thomas Jannarone, as he weighed in on legal issues no one ever contemplated before the pandemic. Don’t miss what we like to call “Gurvey’s Law’s Everything You Always Wanted to Know About COVID-19 Lawsuits But Were Afraid to Ask!” on Sundays, at 5 p.m. on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio, kabc.com and Alexa!