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Posted on September 30, 2020

You sign them all the time, for your child’s field trip or when you rent some roller skates. What does a waiver, or release of liability, really mean? And what protection can it provide your organization from COVID-related liability? In this podcast, our guest, Larry Kunin, speaks with us about when and why a nonprofit might need to have a release of liability signed. Larry also answers some common logistical questions, including how long you need to hold onto a signed release and contactless waiver signing. Guest: Larry Kunin, Partner at Morris Manning & Martin

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