Loren & Kean Law Provides Advice To Clients On Issues Related To The Current Coronavirus Pandemic

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Loren & Kean Law is at the forefront of educating clients about how this COVID-19 virus affects contracts and employee relationships.

Loren & Kean Law is at the forefront of educating clients about how this COVID-19 virus affects contracts and employee relationships.

Loren & Kean Law is at the forefront of educating clients about how this COVID-19 virus affects contracts and employee relationships.

“We feel the education of our clients is a big part of our services that we perform.” - Bruce Loren, partner at Loren & Kean Law.

The Coronavirus pandemic has been sweeping the news with hundreds of thousands of cases reported and over 25,000 deaths in the United States alone. Because of the nature in which the virus is spread, executive orders have been issued in most states to control which types of businesses can operate and in what ways. These orders have left many business owners in confusion about what to do regarding their business and how to handle their employees.

In an effort to advise their clients about how to handle their employees and certain contracts at this time, prominent Florida-based construction and employment law firm, Loren & Kean, has published a series of articles which answer a number of common questions they have been receiving at this time.

One of the articles, titled “COVID-19: What Steps May Employers Take To Monitor Sick Employees?” written by Bruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean, and Brandon J. Camilleri, touches on some of the common questions from employers during the COVID-19 pandemic and what employers can do to protect themselves from a practical and legal standpoint.

Another publication, titled “Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Practical Answers For Small Business,” also written by Bruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean, and Brandon J. Camilleri, focuses upon The Coronavirus Response Act and the applicable provisions.

Focusing specifically on clients within the construction industry, another article, titled “COVID-19: Construction Delays And Force Majeure - Provide Notice To Your Clients,” penned by Bruce E. Loren and Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger, focuses on the inevitable delay construction contracts will occur and the need for a Force Majeure.

There are more articles available on the Loren & Kean website and they are continuously publishing articles to answer the many questions arising as the coronavirus situation continues to develop. Loren & Kean remains committed to doing whatever they can to give their clients the best service and results possible, especially during this uncertain time. Clients are invited to reach out to them for advice regarding their business’s specific situation at (561) 615-5701.

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