It could be a burst pipe, a fire in a neighboring suite, a workplace violence incident, a weeklong power outage due to wildfires or a global pandemic….it doesn’t have to be a natural disaster that could close your law firm or affect its reputation. Does your firm’s current business continuity plan address all the essential components necessary to seamlessly continue providing services to clients? As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact the current business landscape around the world, law firm leaders are looking at their business continuity and risk management programs to determine current and future risks to their firms and help make vital business decisions. In this session we will discuss business continuity and pandemic planning and the steps that your firm can take now to protect your employees, make informed business decisions for returning to the workplace, working with clients and ensuring organizational resiliency and profitability. Items such as continuing to have a remote work environment while also phasing back to an office work setting, the future of providing services to clients, risk management and compliance issues, crisis communication systems, comprehensive written business continuity plans and testing those plans will be discussed.
This is informational only and no CLE credit will be offered for the surrounding MCLE states