Novel coronavirus disease called 2019-nCoV handwriting on blue paper

COVID-19 Update from Chauvel & Glatt

Chauvel & Glatt is taking all precautionary measures to ensure the safety of our employees, clients and community in this very fluid and unpredictable time. Your health and safety is our #1 priority.

We want you, our clients and community, to know that our offices are open for business and we will continue to deliver exceptional service to our clients during normal business hours.  Covid-19 is an ever-changing landscape with issues arising daily that no one has ever experienced before–there is no precedent that exists during  our lifetime.  In efforts to mitigate exposure we are practicing social distancing to limit in-person contact.   As such, we are offering video-meetings or conference calls when possible.   Our office is being cleaned multiple times throughout the day including our conference rooms, which are wiped down after every in person meeting that does take place, including chairs, tables, phones, door handles etc.  We will have hand sanitizer available if an in person meeting is needed.

Please know that the attorneys at Chauvel & Glatt are doing everything they can do be prepared to navigate the legal questions that are arising for you, your family and your business as result of Covid-19.  If for any reason a change in our services or operations take place, we will be sure to notify you.

We wish you good health in these challenging times.  If we can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The Team at Chauvel & Glatt

Legal News

Related Posts

Beyond the Law

Happy Thanksgiving

Chauvel & Glatt wishes you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving! We are truly grateful for our clients, partners and colleagues and hope that

Read More »
Beyond the Law

Veteran’s Day 2022

Chauvel & Glatt honors all of America’s service members, past and present, and are grateful for your service! In observance of Veterans Day, Chauvel &

Read More »
COVID-19 Updates

CDC Loosens Covid-19 Guidelines

On August 11, 2022, the Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) eased its Covid-19 guidance. The CDC loosened requirements are based on the CDC’s position that

Read More »