Facey Goss & McPhee Announces A Temporary Suspension of In Person Face to Face Meetings

Posted on Mar 20, 2020

To Our Past and Present Clients:

Federal, State and Local governments along with the Judicial system are rapidly trying to meet the current situation in response of COVID-19 and it is incumbent on all of us to do our part.  At Facey Goss & McPhee, our top priority is the health and safety of our employees, clients and the local community. This continues to remain at the forefront and given the quickly evolving COVID-19 situation, our firm has decided to temporarily suspend "face-to-face" meetings in the short term, where possible, and will reevaluate this decision weekly.  In exigent circumstances, some face-to-face meetings may be scheduled by appointment when absolutely necessary but will occur in a fashion which will reasonably protect our personnel and visitors alike.  Whether exigent circumstances exist will be determined in the sole discretion of the Firm.

This is an unusual and dynamic situation.  However, we can only hope that the COVID-19 situation will bring out the best in all of us as we are all in this together.

Many of you will not even notice the decision to reduce in-person meetings given that our Firm communicates electronically and by telephone in most cases.  However, in order to prioritize the health and safety of our staff, clients and the local community, we believe it is a necessary step for us to take in support of local and nationwide efforts to limit the spread and risks associated with COVID-19.

To the extent that you need advice and help during this critical time, we will continue to provide services via telephone and email.  Video conferencing may also be available.  We know your needs don't magically end just because the world around us is changing and we will work with you to be there for you as much as we can.

If you have any questions, the preferred method of contact is email.  If you have an active case, please contact the lawyer and legal assistant assigned to your case.

We appreciate your patience and thank you for your understanding


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