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(Almost) Everything You Wanted to Know About Practice during COVID but Were Afraid to Ask (GNBA)


September 8, 2020 4:00 pm

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many challenges for lawyers, especially solo practitioners. Keeping practices going while courts are closed or only partially available has created new burdens on lawyers. What are your obligations if you are sick or a client is sick? How do you protect your clients and yourself? With no clear answer regarding when there will be a “return to normal,” lawyers need to be aware of their responsibilities and how to practice ethically.


Attorney Jeffrey D. Woolf, Assistant General Counsel, Board of Bar Overseers

Attorney Marsha V. Kazarosian, Esq., Kazarosian Costello LLP, Haverhill & Salem


Attend and Learn

How does working remotely change confidentiality requirements

How you need to adjust to serve your clients while courts are closed

What are the issues regarding remote notarization

What are my responsibilities to a client with COVID

What do I do if I can’t practice due to COVID

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