How American Businesses are Adapting to Life in the Coronavirus Age

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Individuals and businesses alike across the United States are being forced to adapt to the sudden changes in our world. Some full businesses have been forced to close and furlough their clients. Others are open at a limited capacity– be it only letting a certain number of customers in or only operating via delivery or pick-up.

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Some are still open “business as usual,” only it’s not quite “as usual.” Instead of operating from an office with a number of employees who see clients, many businesses are instead open remotely. They do their spreadsheets at their dining room tables. Their pet is now their partner at work. Instead of meeting with clients in person, they meet “face-to-face” via video-conferencing. While the change may seem odd to some, it was a necessary change across industries.

The the world of court reporting, litigation support professionals are turning to videoconferencing to help depositions still take place. In Miami, Florida, Laws Reporting offers remote deposition services to their clients to keep up with the promise that they would always be there to fulfill their clients’ needs. With their high-tech videoconferecing technology, clients can connect with their legal teams and court reporters with the same clarity as being there in person.

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“We promised our clients we would keep our services going 100% during the Coronavirus lockdown, and we have,” Laws Reporting President, Marti Vindal, says. “Our team works around the country and across South Florida remotely with the same commitment to meeting our deadlines and the high level of quality our attorneys demand.”

Videoconferencing services are key in this day and age. In West Palm Beach, Florida, top elder law firm Shalloway & Shalloway continues to offer client consultations via video or phone call. With the topics surrounding elder law being vastly important during this time, these conference calls are crucial to many.

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To help make sure clients are educated on the areas of practice surrounding elder law– such as special needs trusts, probate law, estate planning, and so much more– President Mark Shalloway offers monthly seminars on all things elder law. By utilizing Facebook Live, no one has to go anywhere. Past, present, and future clients can listen to the advice given in the comfort and safety of their homes.

Even wedding officiants are finding ways to serve the couples they will be marrying. In Boca Raton, Rabbi Robert Silverman is still doing all he can to prepare for his client’s special day. Be it email or phone call, whatever format the couple prefers, Rabbi Silverman is available for consultation. By working closely with the couples and truly getting to know they, Rabbi Silverman is able to craft an inviting and memorable ceremony that the couple will always treasure. In times such as these, crafting this sort of bone has never been easier.

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While our global crisis is terrifying, it happened in a time where we can function with some sense of normalcy. We haven’t lost our connection to others. The technology we have at our fingertips allows many businesses to continue to work in some capacity or another. The people who work to serve others can continue doing what their work was built to do.

NNRC Response to Coronavirus

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(Folsom, California) March 18, 2020

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is concerned with the health and safety of their clients and employees before anything else. As the situation with the coronavirus, or COVID19, changes, the staff at the NNRC closely monitors the updates from the World Heath Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure everyone stays healthy and staff in this trying time.

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Governments across the world are taking their own preventative measures to protect their people from infection, starting with proper sanitation and disinfecting practices. For some, this means limiting physical contact and regularly washing hands. For others, this means social isolation and staying home unless absolutely necessary to leave. For others, it’s somewhere between with social distancing.

Each NNRC partner is taking necessary measures to keep their communities safe throughout all the uncertainty. To help the the their clients’ cases continue to flow, the NNRC and its partners are happy to offer their remote deposition services to attorneys and paralegals across the world.

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With their quality court reporters and up-to-date technology on standby, attorneys can continue their work from the safety of their home. Clear audio, visuals, and accurate transcripts are guaranteed no matter where in the world the NNRC’s services are required. Clients and their legal teams can meet face to face without having to leave the comfort of their homes.

For more information on the remote deposition services provided by the NNRC,  call (866) 337-6672 or email debbe.dreher@nnrc.com.

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