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FSBR COVID-19 Update: How We Are Serving and Protecting Our Clients.

Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes remains open for business.  

These times are unprecedented, and so is our commitment to being here for our clients when you need us the most. In the beginning of COVID-19, we rapidly shifted our attorneys and staff to a work-at-home environment to ensure the safety of our team and the continuity of our business. As a law firm that effectively manages technology, we were able to continue our work with no interruption to our ability to serve our clients. As we slowly transition back into the office on a limited basis, there are those who continue to work remotely and take advantage of the technology investments we have made over the years. We are available to connect with our clients and potential new clients virtually through Zoom conference, as well as the usual methods of contact, including email, phone call, and facsimile.

At Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes, we are closely monitoring the rapidly evolving public health, along with state and federal initiatives in response to COVID-19. We receive government updates to our email as soon as they are released, allowing us to stay on top of the latest changes in executive orders. Many of these changes require immediate compliance that could potentially result in enforcement action for failure to comply.  In these times of uncertainty, we know that you rely on us to help mitigate business risks and protect your livelihood. Rest assured that you can depend on our attorneys for expert legal advice and counsel. 

Our attorneys from multiple practice groups are actively assisting municipalities, franchised businesses, restaurants, and other employers with COVID-19 workplace challenges. Whether you are a current client or looking for experienced legal counsel, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are proud to be able to continue to serve and protect our clients during these challenging times.  

We will continue to update our resources page with timely information on the numerous legal issues arising out of COVID-19 and relief that may be available. If you have not yet joined our e-list, please email Theresa at tduckett@fsbrlaw.com for updates e-mailed directly to your inbox.

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