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Are You Prepared and Taking Proper Precautions for Re-Opening?

By May 15, 2020December 31st, 2021COVID-19 Updates

If you have plans to re-open or have already resumed your business activities, it’s important to know the impacts of COVID-19 and how the law can be utilized to protect you and/or your business.

CORONAVIRUS EMPLOYER SURVIVAL KIT

TALG has prepared a suite of legal documents to help our clients re-engage business activities and welcome back employees under careful measures. The Coronavirus Employer Survival Kit contains a work-place safety re-opening plan, as well as customer and employee waiver(s) for Coronavirus related claims. We are here to ensure that your business is protected and successfully operates as the world continues to navigate COVID-19. The employer survival kit will provide you with a baseline of tools for protection in the current environment. A tailored plan for your specific business needs is encouraged; please reach out to discuss.

REACH OUT TO ESTABLISH YOUR PLAN

We hope that your business re-opens quickly, and you continue to operate and support your employees. To that end, it’s important that you put certain safety measures in place now that will protect your interests and the health and safety of your staff. Call or email us today to get your Coronavirus Employer Survival Kit.

Ismail Amin

Author Ismail Amin

Ismail’s legal experience encompasses serving Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized privately held companies, and entrepreneurs. He presently serves as Corporate and Litigation Counsel to large and mid-sized businesses throughout California, Nevada, and Texas, as well as General and Personal Counsel to high-profile hospitality operators in California and Nevada. Ismail’s practice emphasizes Business and Intellectual Property matters, with a focus on healthcare, biopharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and hospitality. Ismail has counseled the firm’s healthcare provider clients in acquiring or selling assets while maximizing return and minimizing risk. He has helped clients acquire or sell over $1 billion worth of healthcare-related assets, including hospitals.

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