March 17, 2020
Like all of you, those of us at Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann have been preparing for the uncertain business and personal implications related to the Coronavirus. At BLB&G, serving our clients is always our priority, and the business continuity plans we have in place ensure uninterrupted service in the event of an office closure. Yesterday, we made the decision to implement these plans and move to a firm-wide remote work arrangement.
While our physical offices across the country may be closed as we all do our part to flatten the curve, the firm remains fully operational, and our work is ongoing. All BLB&G employees remain reachable and available via phone or email. Our IT systems allow for full connectivity to all of the firm’s technology platforms, and we will be working on cases, monitoring client portfolios, and performing all of the crucial services critical to your business. We are also continually monitoring the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on the court system and are prepared to adapt as needed to represent your interests.
We know that most of you are experiencing similar interruptions to your work lives, while taking care of loved ones and dealing with this challenging and uncertain reality. We will be working to ensure that we stay in touch and continue to deliver the critical services you require.
Our thoughts go out to anyone whose health has been or will be affected by this virus, or who is caring for a sick loved one. We are immensely grateful to the courageous first responders and health care workers who are helping those who need it most. If there is anything we can do from our end to make this time easier, we hope you will let us know by reaching out to the attorneys or staff you work with, or by contacting us through email@example.com.
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