- In its over 100-year history, Schenck Price has seen its clients through two World Wars, pandemics, oil shocks, 9/11 and more. In a firm with a history like ours, it is business as usual in unusual times.
In that spirit, Schenck Price announces and makes available to existing and new clients the resources of its multi-disciplinary COVID-19 Crisis Management Practice, organized to provide you with rapid responses to your questions stemming from the presence of COVID-19 in our nation, our communities and our workplaces. The group is led by Eric A. Inglis, who co-chairs Schenck Price's Litigation Department and co-chairs its Commercial Litigation Practice Group, and Daniel O. Carroll, who co-chairs Schenck Price's Business Organizations Department and co-chairs its Health Care Law Practice Group.
Your business is or will be affected by this unprecedented crisis, and Schenck Price is here to answer the questions you have -- and to ask the questions you have not yet even considered.
We have pooled the resources of our employment, health care, technology and social media, real estate, banking, litigation, insurance and construction practice groups to meet the needs of our clients. The firm is prepared to answer the kinds of questions that you should be thinking about, including:
- How should I prepare my business for a government-mandated paid leave policy?
- How can my business limit its potential liability if an infection is tied to my workplace?
- What insurance is available for any damages my business might face as a result of this crisis?
- What government aid is available to assist my business in navigating this economic turbulence?
Schenck Price is working tirelessly to support its clients and we invite you to access our resources to position your business so that it exits this crisis stronger than its competitors.
At Schenck Price, it is always business as usual, even in unusual times.
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