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The world is confronting the potentially deadly COVID-19 pandemic. Preliminary reports from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) indicate that the virus is primarily spread between people who are in close contact.  The virus can also be spread before people show symptoms. The virus can remain alive on surfaces–such as court tables–for days. The pandemic has caused the President to issue a national declaration of emergency.

To slow the spread of the virus the CDC advises individuals to increase their physical distance from other people to about 6 feet. Id. Consequently, social gatherings, business conferences, sporting events, and religious ceremonies have been canceled or postponed across the nation.

As the coronavirus situation continues to evolve, LAW OFFICES OF NORKA M. SCHELL, LLC is focused on ensuring the health and safety of our employees and their families.  At the same time, we remain committed to delivering the same level of service our clients expect and deserve.  We also aim to support our community with cutting-edge thought leadership throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

We maintain a business continuity plan designed to minimize significant business interruptions and facilitate uninterrupted service.  Precautionary actions include ongoing briefing on health recommendations and safety measures; banning non-essential travel; amplified cleaning and sanitization; and enabling remote work options to encourage self-quarantine and social distancing.

We are actively following the latest reports and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO) to help us develop our policies.

Contact us directly for any further questions you may have.

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