When disaster strikes: how to handle law office emergencies
Lawyers' Club of San Francisco. Task Force on Law Office Disaster Planning, American Bar Association. Section of Economics of Law Practice
Section of Economics of Law Practice, American Bar Association, Jun 1, 1988 - Law - 33 pages
This guide is designed to assist the practitioner in providing client services in the event of such unexpected disasters as fires, earthquakes, or chemical leaks. Included are ethical and malpractice considerations, checklists for emergency planning and reopening the office, sources to contact following an emergency, and sample safety and security procedures.
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