In times of catastrophe, lawyers generally are not key first responders. The legal community provides assistance not just shortly after the devastation occurs, but for months and years into the future.
Selendy & Elsberg co-manage Selendy & Gay. “No firm is immune, but we’ve taken steps to protect our firm against the financial and cultural impacts of remote work.”
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, Kichaven has moved his practice entirely online, which he thinks may become a permanent option for mediation work even after the lockdown is lifted.
Lash is head of his firm’s pro bono program and is assisting legal aid groups, small businesses and non-profits as they navigate this unprecedented crisis.
Barnes talked with us about the early effects of the pandemic on the workforce and businesses, as well as her own adjusted practice.
In this uncertain time, many firms represented on this year’s Lawdragon 500 have taken the lead in disseminating free legal advice related to Covid-19.
Kosnitzky, co-leader of Pillsbury’s Wealth Management practice, on top client questions and how his firm has adjusted operations during the crisis.
Frankel discusses brokers’ duties, market volatility, and whether the pandemic can be considered a force majeure event.