Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips LLP issued the following announcement on March 13.
Taylor Porter continues to monitor the breaking news and growing concern around the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the impacts of these developments on your businesses, operations and employees.
As we continue to assess and address this fluid situation, our Firm’s technology solutions and contingency plan enable us to maintain continuous communication between our attorneys and staff and provide uninterrupted services for you.
Our entire team at Taylor Porter is committed to providing the best possible services to you as you face challenges in planning for and responding to the potential threats posed by the virus. Our attorneys, experienced in more than 30 practice areas, are working together in a multi-disciplined approach to stay abreast of and help tackle evolving situations that may affect your businesses within your industry.
Our Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice Team has compiled an informative FAQs article – “Legal FAQs for Employers Concerning Coronavirus” - on how employers should plan, prepare, and respond to various questions presented by employees about working from home, paid leave, traveling, and address other employer-related questions as federal edicts are issued or state laws temporarily change, amidst the pandemic.
We have compiled several resources and useful links at local, state, and federal levels, surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic concerns. We hope you will find these useful in protecting your business.
Should any legal needs arise, please do not hesitate to contact your attorney(s) via email and/or phone.
We thank you for trusting us as your legal partner, and during these trying times, we promise to be here for you should any business situation arise.
Managing Partner, Taylor Porter
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