March 17, 2020
Paley Rothman Temporarily Closes Physical Offices Amid COVID-19 Concerns
- March 17, 2020
- Related Practice Areas: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Corporate, Employee Benefits, Employment Law, Estate & Trust Administration, Estate Planning, Family Law, Financial Services, Government Contracts, Government Relations, Health Law, Insurance Recovery, Litigation: Business, Litigation: Individual, Nonprofits, Professional Ethics & Discipline, Project Development, Real Estate: Business, Real Estate: Individual, Regulatory Law & Litigation, Retirement Plans, Science & Technology, Tax: Business, Tax: Individual
As with everything we do, the health and well-being of our clients, employees and their families is our utmost priority. With this in mind, we have decided to temporarily close Paley Rothman’s physical offices (Bethesda and Falls Church) amid COVID-19 concerns in this area.
Please be assured that Paley Rothman has planned in advance for the possibility of working remotely and will continue to serve you as seamlessly as possible during this temporary closure. During this time we will not be holding in-office meetings with any clients. Your attorney or their assistant should be reaching out to you to reschedule or meet via phone.
If you need to get in touch with someone from Paley Rothman, you are welcome to email them directly at their @paleyrothman.com email address, or email email@example.com with a note of who you are trying to reach. Alternatively, you can still call individuals on their direct dials, or call the office at our main line 301-656-7603 and enter your party’s extension or access the “Dial By Name” directory.
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