Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Team

With the personal and business disruption caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continuing to escalate, our priority is continuing to provide excellent client service, while protecting the safety and health of our employees and their families. Accordingly, our attorneys and staff are prepared to work remotely where and when necessary, via the firm network, to allow us to seamlessly perform and support our clients and their work. We have also instituted a number of precautionary measures to minimize health risks to our clients and colleagues, based on the most current guidance from leading public health authorities.

Because we are keenly aware of the acute challenges businesses and employers are facing in connection with the coronavirus outbreak, we have launched a multidisciplinary client response team to advise our clients on issues arising from coronavirus. Phillips Lytle’s Coronavirus Response Team draws on our deep experience in crisis management and includes professionals from all of our offices and across key practice areas, to provide immediate assistance as you grapple with the full spectrum of rapidly evolving issues, including:

  • Supply chain disruption
  • Contractual obligations
  • Vendor compliance
  • Finance and financial restructuring
  • Employment and workplace considerations (remote workers, quarantine protocols, travel restrictions, worker safety)
  • Technology and data privacy and protection
  • Environmental
  • Health care and HIPAA compliance
  • Insurance coverage for business interruption and event cancellations
  • Dispute resolution and arbitration
  • Crisis management planning and policies
  • Compliance with emergency declarations and regulations
  • Real estate
  • Risk management and exposure assessments

We have an established track record of helping our clients with complex challenges, many of which were novel or unprecedented. We can help you manage the business problems created, amplified, and accelerated by the coronavirus outbreak.

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