Our physical offices are CURRENTLY NOT OPEN unless you have been contacted and authorized by your attorney. The following is an outline of our company protocols for employees and clients to adhere to when the management team authorizes in-person meetings. Please note that these protocols are in the initial stages and are subject to change.
Please do NOT enter our offices unless told to do so
Until further notice, we will not have clients come into the office. You can call us at any time to discuss your matter at 508-822-2000. Please see below for the protocols we will be following once we allow clients into our offices again.
When you are authorized to enter our offices, you will be asked to confirm the following as well as follow these protocols:
- Confirm via email/text that they have not been sick, showing symptoms, or had a temperature in the previous 14 days
- Confirm via email/text that no one they have encountered has been sick, shown COVID-like symptoms, has had a fever, or has been tested and or confirmed to have COVID-19
- Have their temperature taken upon entering the office
- Must wear a mask at all times while in the office. We will provide one for you if you don’t have one
All employees and guests must wear masks when coming to the office. They must wear their mask for the entirety of their time spent in the office. Only to be removed when necessary. Masks will be provided to those that do not have one.
Keep Your Distance
- It is important to continue to practice social distancing when able to enter our offices again. When clients can meet with their attorneys in person again, skipping the handshake and remaining a safe distance away is advisable. Seating in meeting rooms will be spaced at least 6 feet apart.
Keeping Surfaces Clean
- Our firm will be following cleanliness guidelines (recommended by the CDC) to ensure both our clients and employees feel safe within our offices, including weekly deep disinfecting by a cleaning company. If you have any concerns about going to an attorney’s office, please feel free to ask what kind of precautions the firm is taking prior to your meeting.
Mediations and Depositions
Any mediations or depositions should be handled by video or teleconference if possible. If in-person meetings are required, they will need to be approved by the managing partner, Sean Flaherty.
Technical support will be provided to clients who need help connecting to video and teleconferences.