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March 16, 2020

Barclay Damon's Efforts to Address COVID-19

To our valued clients,

On behalf of Barclay Damon, we are sending this email to provide information regarding our firm’s efforts to preserve the public health and safety of our employees while continuing to provide the highest standard of client service amidst the spread of coronavirus.

While no attorneys or staff from the firm have tested positive for the virus, we remain vigilant by following the guidelines recommended by medical professionals across the country, including thorough hand-washing; limiting hand contact with one’s face, mouth, and eyes; and, most important, urging employees to stay home if they are not feeling well. We are also evaluating attorney participation in and travel to conferences and seminars on a case-by-case basis to further prioritize collective health, safety, and security.

The flexibility that comes from our firm’s historic training, familiarity, and regular use of technology with firm clients and across our 11-office platform—including video conferencing, webinars, GoToMeetings, and other virtual software—is allowing us to continue delivering the highest quality of service to our clients.

We are hosting a free “Coronavirus and the Workplace” webinar on Monday that will provide valuable information regarding developing protocols and policies in response to COVID-19.

During this difficult time, we are wholly committed to addressing the needs of our clients and assuring continuity of service. We encourage you to reach out to your attorney or me with any questions or concerns.

From our Barclay Damon family to yours, we hope you remain safe and healthy.

John Langan
Managing Partner


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