There are sixteen (16) sectors that are considered Critical Infrastructure and are exempted from the order or have modified restrictions. They include the Chemical Sector; Commercial Facilities Sector; Communications Sector; Critical Manufacturing Sector; Dams Sector; Defense Industrial Base Sector; Emergency Services Sector; Energy Sector; Financial Services Sector; Food and Agriculture Sector; Government Facilities Sector; Healthcare and Public Health Sector; Information Technology Sector; Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste Sector; Transportation Sector; and Water and Wastewater Systems Sector. For more detailed information, go to
Most of our clients fall within the category of the Commercial Facilities Sector and will be able to continue working with the understanding the anyone that can operate remotely should do so and that anyone in an office setting must practice the recommended social distancing procedures.
At Seide Law, we have closed our “brick and mortar” office for the duration of the crisis. We are continuing to operate remotely from our respective homes and are continuing to process lawsuits to the extent the various court systems allow. Please do NOT mail anything that is time sensitive to our office. All new file requests and documents of any kind must be sent via email. We will continue to be available by email and by telephone. The office switchboard has no attendant on site but you may reach us as follows:
Rick Seide (949) 474-8000, Ext. 245
Ellen Ticknor (949) 474-8000, Ext. 255
Ron Brown (949) 474-8000, Ext. 230
Thank you and stay healthy!