Advice for GCs:
“What a General Counsel should do depends so much on the size of their business,” said Zavitsanos. “The more employees and the more locations a business has, the more conservative they may need to be.“But the economic impact on a small business could be devastahttps://texaslawbook.net/texas-law-firms-face-one-two-punch-of-covid-19-and-oil-price-plungeting. It’s a different thing if someone is infected. But if there is no indication of any illness, it will be much harder for a small business GC to consider any kind of shut down when weighed against the possibility there is no business to come back to afterwards.”
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