The Superior Court in San Diego has now closed for all but emergency matters through April 3. All civil proceedings are continued. As of now, the U.S. District Court here in San Diego is still operating with visitor limitations. But, I suspect that will change in short order. We will continue to monitor for changes in court directives. Otherwise, our cases remain on file and active. Our opponents are working, and the battles continue, just from a distance for awhile.
Regardless of these changes and any more to come, our practice is open and running. My paralegal, Veronica, is working remotely but is fully set-up to continue her important work on behalf of our clients and to meet their continuing needs. I will be working at the office primarily but remotely at times. We are fully equipped for remote work as necessary and will be fully available as usual.
We have invested in the infrastructure to effectively work with our clients from afar and have been doing so efficiently for quite some time. We will continue to do so in this turbulent, unsettled time. We are here, we are available, we are working, our cases proceed, and we are taking on new matters. If you have questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to call/email/text.
Be safe and stay healthy.
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