Plunkett Cooney COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan


Business Continuity Plan with a cell of the coronavirus

On behalf of Plunkett Cooney, I am writing to assure our clients and business partners that we are focused on the safety of our employees while still fully and responsibly providing service to our clients during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

As we have seen over the past several days, a national state of emergency has been declared with our state and local officials issuing corresponding and unprecedented orders to help manage this crisis. We intend to honor these requirements and directives.

Whenever possible, our attorneys and staff will work remotely with only essential personnel reporting to our offices, which will remain open for now. We are encouraging our employees to travel only when absolutely necessary. Therefore, all meetings and conferences will convert to virtual events.

As the situation develops, we will adjust our business continuity plan accordingly and provide client updates. Rest assured that our remote business systems provide state-of-the-art technology, security and connectivity, so you should expect and will see no disruption in service.

Our attorneys will reach out to clients to address specific situations like court and agency closures, the status of litigation and other dynamics that impact ongoing assignments. Please let us know if you need any assistance. We will be able to refer you to resources here at our firm, as well as to outside agencies and information, as needed.

For over 100 years, Plunkett Cooney has guided clients through complex legal issues and difficult business situations, and the months ahead will be no different. Our top priority is the safety of our employees and clients. Everything we do in response to this pandemic will be guided by this important principle.

Be well. We are here for you and will get through this together!

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Thomas P. Vincent
President and CEO