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Plunkett Cooney COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan Updated

03.23.2020

As we enter this new phase of the coronavirus pandemic with anticipated long-term business closures and increasingly strict limitations on the movements of U.S. citizens, it is important to know that we can count on one another for support.

Plunkett Cooney attorneys and staff remain 100% OPERATIONAL with the vast majority of our attorneys and staff working remotely. A number of our attorneys remain on the ground to address complex business transactions and other matters that require in-person presence. Our attorneys remain focused on providing updates about pending client matters, and they are closely following COVID-19 developments. They will pass along all information that could impact your matters and business/organization.

As a reminder, you can visit our Crisis Response Team web page for information about the Plunkett Cooney attorneys who are available to connect with you on immediate concerns and to provide assistance for specific areas of need beyond your current matters.

Below are just a few resources we have made available in the short-term regarding new federal employment legislation, the status of the courts in our primary states of service and even an article about contract performance during unusual times like we are living in today.

More than anything, I want you to know that we are here for you! Please don’t hesitate to email or call. Stay safe and be well.

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Thomas P. Vincent
President and CEO

 

Resources

Guidance Regarding Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Business Alert: How Pandemic Could Impact Your Contracts

Michigan Supreme Court orders trial courts to limit activity to essential functions.

Illinois Supreme Court issues COVID-19 information and updates

Indiana Supreme Court provides COVID-19 guidance for state court operations

Supreme Court of Ohio launches state court resources site

Michigan Gov. Orders Stay At Home Order

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