Hawley Troxell continues to actively monitor the fast moving developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
As you know, the World Health Organization has now declared the virus a worldwide pandemic. In our efforts to be socially responsible, we have deployed 95% of our workforce including our attorneys into a Work From Home (WFH) status. This deployment was fast and easy to execute given that our firm is hosted in the cloud. Our attorneys remain extremely busy — some more so than others due to this very issue at hand. We remain prepared and able to handle your legal issues regardless of nature. While we will not be conducting any business in any of our offices until such time that we are safe to reopen our physical doors, we are ALL working to assist you in navigating this environment.
We appreciate your trust and confidence as we assist with these challenging issues. Our thoughts are with you, your loved ones and organizations as we all navigate this public health crisis together.
We’ve drafted and circulated the following client alerts to assist our clients in navigating this difficult issue:
- 03/19: COVID-19 Update from Hawley Troxell
- 03/19: Employment Law and the Coronavirus
- 03/19: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- 03/20: Force Majeure and COVID-19
- 03/25: Idaho Hospitals: What the Governor’s Waiver of DHW Rules Means to Your Facility
- 3/25: Inside Hawley Troxell’s Response to COVID-19
- 3/26: Tax Policymakers’ Responses to Coronavirus
- 3/27: Occupational Disease Claims in the COVID-19 Environment
- 3/30: Employee Benefits Issues in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
Please see below for helpful links to current information:
- State of Idaho Official Resources for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- USA.gov Government Response to Coronavirus, COVID-19
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