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March 26, 2020

An Update From Barclay Damon

As of March 20, Barclay Damon has transitioned to remote work after progressively reducing our in-office presence. Despite the challenges we are all facing, the transition has been relatively smooth. Thanks to the extraordinary efforts of our attorneys and dedicated staff, we’re in very good shape operationally and are well positioned to address all legal needs.

No one is an expert in this unprecedented time, but everyone plays a critical role in maintaining an organization’s vitality. We’ve been carried by the small acts of kindness, the notes of encouragement, and the hard work and determination exhibited by all members of the Barclay Damon family. We’re staying focused, supporting one another, and rolling up our sleeves to get the job done as a team.

We’re equally inspired by the resilience of our clients and key partners. While dealing with your own enormous challenges, you continue to move your businesses forward by closing transactions, advancing critical projects, protecting your intellectual property, and more. We’ve always considered it a privilege to serve you, but we’re especially humbled during this difficult time to be at your side continuously ensuring you get the necessary support to meet your unique needs.

As a reminder, our attorneys are available 24-7 by phone, email, and video conference.

We hope you stay strong, safe, and healthy.


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