OFP & Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

On Behalf of Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C. | Mar 13, 2020 | COVID-19

By now, you’ve undoubtedly received several communications regarding the various safety precautions and proactive measures being employed by organizations across myriad industries in light of the COVID-19 outbreak. We at Odin Feldman Pittleman also are working diligently to ensure that our attorneys, staff, and clients remain healthy.

Our building management has taken additional steps to ensure the cleanliness of common surfaces both in our offices and throughout our building. This includes paying particular attention to door handles, key pads, elevator buttons, and other surfaces that may contribute to the spread of disease. In addition, our night cleaning crews employ special disinfecting equipment proven to be highly effective in sanitizing office/commercial tenant spaces and medical facilities.

Rest assured that our attorneys have maintained their regular schedules, embracing technology when necessary and when possible to accommodate any concerns our clients may have regarding in-person meetings. As we navigate these challenges, be sure to reach out to us before making a trip to our office so we can work with you safely and responsibly as we continue to meet your legal needs.

We also understand that many of our clients may have concerns beyond health and safety, as businesses and individuals see shifts in normal operations that could create unique challenges in the near term.

Our attorneys are ready to work with you to help convert unforeseen challenges into opportunities.

  • Does your current operating plan need amending?
  • Does your business have adequate working capital to cover unexpected events for the next several months?
  • As an employer, does your HR department have the necessary policies in place to support employee telework if required?
  • How can my business manage unanticipated business interruptions through its contracts and insurance policies?

OFP attorneys are ready to partner with you to address any issues you may encounter. Simply contact your attorney directly or call us at 703-218-2100 to find the legal assistance you need to weather these unusual times.

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