Bob Cox and Brian Mullin quoted in Worcester Telegram’s “Essential and non-essential Central Mass. businesses face coronavirus challenges”
Massachusetts is adapting after Governor Charlie Baker announced on Monday, March 24, that all non-essential businesses close their physical operations until April 7 in addition to having a stay-at-home advisory. The Worcester Telegram spoke with Bob Cox and Brian Mullin about how these new measures will effect the businesses in our community. Bob spoke about how Bowditch is adapting to the new advisory:
Cox said much of what the firm is doing for clients can be done online or by telephone, but when attorneys meet with a client for things such as estate planning, employees are following all the protocols being encouraged by the state and federal government, including social distancing, hand washing and sneezing etiquette.
Brian commented about the concerns of businesses and how the new measures being taken effect them.
…clients are looking for advice not only on workforce reduction issues, but also on such challenges as employees taking family leave to help sick or elderly family members who might not be able to get out to shop because of COVID-19 concerns.
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