"Before COVID-19 impacted our lives, we had started working more from home. Now, we are exploring the possibility of moving entirely to a virtual law office. While some clients may even prefer only communicating online, we’re hesitant to go ...Mark C. Palmer - March 24, 2020
How are we supposed to cope with the stress of COVID-19's impacts? Shawn Healy, clinical psychologist with Massachusetts Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, is here to help.Shawn Healy - March 23, 2020
Jamie Spannhake | We may not be able to control the external forces of the pandemic or financial markets, but we can stop ourselves from panicking.Jamie Spannhake - March 20, 2020
Susan Kostal offers specific tips to reassure clients your firm is able to respond and meet their legal needs during the COVID-19 crisis.Susan Kostal - March 16, 2020
What happens when everybody stays home? Let's talk about the two scenarios law firms must address as they cope with crafting a coronavirus response plan.Jared Correia - March 13, 2020
Gina Rubel says if your firm has an existing plan, it's time to activate your crisis management team. If your firm does not have a crisis plan in place, this outbreak should be the impetus you need to develop one.Gina Rubel - March 9, 2020
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