Yes it’s Friday. The days seem to run together with working from home and the TGIF phenomenon is not there anymore.
Our country’s navigation through this pandemic continues, with twists and turns. Even after three and a half years of this Administration, I am frankly surprised at the divisiveness over the Corona Virus. People calling it a conspiracy and rebellion over health and safety recommendations.
Here’s a Facebook post I put up for my law firm:
“If you or your loved one has been refused entry to a business for failure to wear a mask or if you would like to protect your constitutional rights with the pandemic restrictions, my law firm would be happy to explain how selfish and misguided you are.”
We continue to be incredibly busy working from home. Cases settled, depositions, filed lawsuits, etc. We recently filed a national class-action case against a private prison company, Management Training Corp, for not paying guards for pre and post-shift activity.
And we will be reopening our physical location in a few weeks. Below I share our office policy for when we reopen – I would love to hear what everyone thinks about it. Feel free to use it as a model for your own business.
All lawyers please save the date of June 19, 2020 for our virtual CLE. Our annual event will be virtual this year with amazing presentations about how to negotiate and reduce liens, how to successfully fight ERISA liens, Mental health during the pandemic and other great topics.
I also discuss a $350,000 settlement below with a video of my client Randy and I.
But first, I have been busy with my bees this spring, with adding two new hives, having a hive swarm, and catching it.