Our office remains open and fully functional, but our firm has enacted proactive policies to try to help “flatten the curve” on COVID19:
1. Our lawyers will be working from home “when possible and appropriate”. All lawyers have secure VPN connections to the office and we maintain electronic files on a daily basis so services should be seamless. We will provide you with our cell numbers so you can contact us when necessary. When required we will come into the office e.g. brief or hearing preparation, hearings, court etc.
2. Where “possible and appropriate” we will meet by teleconference or video conference instead of in person. In circumstances where “in person” meetings are required, we will accommodate them.
3. There will be at least one partner present in the Shores Jardine LLP office each day in case a client needs to come in urgently or something needs to be handled at the office.
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