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Navigating the Coronavirus Challenge: Practical Advice for Small and Mid-Size Firms Dealing with COVID-19
Live Webinar

Like you, Bernstein Shur's CEO Joan Fortin is working closely with her team to manage through the coronavirus crisis. While Bernstein Shur has the benefit of in-house general counsel, a crisis communications specialist, advanced IT expertise and a team of attorneys specializing in critical practice areas like labor and employment, many smaller firms may not. This is a time for us all to pull together, share resources and best practices, and help each other the best that we can.  

Please join us for this free webinar presented by the Maine State Bar Association and Bernstein Shur which is specifically designed to answer questions that small and midsized law firms may have, while providing practical pointers on how to navigate the various implications to your business and practices raised by COVID-19.

This will be a live discussion sharing practical advice on topics such as:
  • Human Resources / Employment Issues
  • Crisis Management / Communications
  • Working Remotely / Operational Considerations
  • Client Management / Obligations 
Attendees are welcome to submit questions in advance for our panel, who will spend most of the webinar in a live Q&A format.

Please send your questions to Shiloh Theberge at

Event Details
Date:  Wednesday, March 25, 2020  
Time:  2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Registration: Please register here if you are interested in joining this free webinar.

Meet the Coronavirus Legal Response Team

David Farmer | Bio
Managing Director of the Bernstein Shur Group
(Crisis Communications)

Paul McDonald | Bio
Shareholder & General Counsel,
Bernstein Shur
(Risk Management & Insurance)

Shiloh ThebergeBio
Bernstein Shur
(Labor & Employment)

Matt Kramer
Chief Information Officer, 
Bernstein Shur

Joan FortinBio
CEO, Bernstein Shur

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