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The welfare of our clients and staff remains our top priority.
Following the tightening of COVID-19 restrictions in England announced on Wednesday 8 December 2021, arrangements concerning our offices are as follows.
Our offices continue to remain open as normal. In line with the most recent Government guidance some of our staff are working from home. This means that not every lawyer is in the office every day. Therefore, all meetings with lawyers will continue to be arranged by appointment only.
Health & Safety Precautions
Unless medically exempt, clients will be required to wear a mask on arrival to reception and when entering a meeting room. Staff will also be required to wear a mask when greeting clients and during meetings, although these can be removed in meeting rooms with the mutual agreement of staff and their clients in each situation. To help minimise the risk of infection, social distancing will be observed and screens will continue to remain in place in all meeting rooms. The maximum number of people permitted in each meeting will be determined on the size of the room being used.
Clients will also be invited to take a temperature check when visiting an office. Access to hand sanitiser will remain available to both staff and clients across all office locations.
Meetings and appointments will be conducted by telephone or video call where appropriate.
Please be assured that we will continue to minimise the risks of spreading COVID-19 through taking appropriate and sensible precautions on an ongoing basis, in line with government guidance.
If you don’t have your contact’s number or are unsure who you need to speak to, please call 01733 888888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For location-specific information please refer to the relevant office Contact page:
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your lawyer or our switchboard – we are here to help.
Last updated: 10.12.21