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Plunkett Cooney maintains a ready team of attorneys to respond to the needs of clients when emergencies arise like the national power grid failure of 2003 and the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our attorneys and staff have the ability to quickly respond to such situations, and they are equipped to work remotely when necessary.

Business continuity planning and response are key in such situations, and our attorneys are available to assist on a number of fronts. We have compiled the following list of service areas your organization may require in emergency and crisis situations. Simply contact the lead attorneys below to begin the discussion:

Banking & Finance

Business and Governance Issues

Business Disputes

Commercial Landlord/Tenant Issues

Data Security & Electronic Discovery

School Law & Higher Education

Employment Law and Human Resources Consulting

Environmental Issues 

Government Relations, Public Policy & Regulatory Compliance

Municipal Law & Public Safety Issues

Regulatory & Administrative Issues

Supplier and Supply Chain Issues and Contracts

Trucking & Transportation Accidents

With offices located throughout Michigan and strategically placed in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, Plunkett Cooney's attorneys can respond quickly and effectively to physical locations and virtually at a moment's notice. Each of the above contacts has the ability to contact other legal team members here at Plunkett Cooney or, when necessary, to leverage the firm's relationship with ALFA International to respond to matters outside our coverage area. 

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