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Whether our temporary normal — that of social distancing, teleworking, and distance learning — becomes the new normal once the crisis passes remains to be seen. One thing is certain, however: the novel coronavirus pandemic has left an indelible, lasting impact on how we work and how we conduct business. Everything from restaurants, to airlines, to retail stores have had to rethink the way they serve their customers and clients.

Law firms, too, will have to rethink and strategize the most effective (and safe) way to deliver services to their clients. Not generally known for innovation or rapidly embracing change, firms will be forced to consider new ways of doing business by, for example:

  • Embracing technology to support remote-conferencing with clients
  • Incorporating new tools and dashboards that accommodate digital document requests, approvals, and executions — including e-signatures — which enable instant and more efficient recordkeeping than the...

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EMD&R COVID-19 / STATE OF EMERGENCY ADVISORY FOR BUSINESSES IN MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW HAMPSHIRE

APRIL 27, 2020: At EMD&R we are getting phone calls from our business clients, and as such this email is designed to keep you posted on those questions from clients and public statements of Governors and Mayors that may impact your business.

PAYROLL PROTECTION PLAN (Part 2)
Due to the pandemic, Congress passed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus...

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We are all anxious to get back to work, but reopening the economy in a post-covid environment won't be straightforward and there are many challenges we may not have thought about. From waiting longer for the bus, to perhaps deciding to take the stairs instead of crowding into an elevator, reopening the workplace has many business owners wondering how to do so effectively. (Image credit: Barry Chin/Globe Staff/The Boston Globe)

EMD&R COVID-19 / STATE OF EMERGENCY ADVISORY FOR BUSINESSES IN MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW HAMPSHIRE

APRIL 13, 2020: EMD&R is committed to providing the best service to our business clients. As such, we continue these weekly emails to keep you posted on common questions from clients as well as on public statements from governors and mayors that may impact your business.

Things are far from known, but three weeks have now passed, and we know a bit more about the...

EMD&R COVID-19 / STATE OF EMERGENCY ADVISORY FOR BUSINESSES IN MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW HAMPSHIRE

APRIL 3, 2020: At EMD&R we are receiving many calls from our business clients who are looking for direction to maneuver the rapid changes in laws and regulations that directly relate to business. Guidelines and advice to decipher the public statements of governors and mayors that may impact day-to-day business operations are also in high demand. As you make it through the...

EMD&R COVID-19/STATE OF EMERGENCY ADVISORY FOR BUSINESSES IN MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW HAMPSHIRE

At EMD&R we are getting phone calls from our business clients and as such, we are pulling together this email to keep you posted on those questions from clients and public statements of governors and mayors that may impact your business.

First and foremost, think in the best interest of your employees and the public health. States have broad latitude when operating in a...

We stated in our first blog post in the series, “Ten Mistakes Businesses Make (and How to Avoid Them),” that caring for the corporate entity is important because it defines the degree of liability you may have if you fail to honor the entity.  In our second blog post, we will expand upon this idea to discuss what is in the company that you have created. Visit Eno Martin Donahue & Roth to read the full article.