Managing Partner Alan Tarter was quoted in a Law360 article titled, “Agile But Vulnerable, Small Firms Fight to Weather Virus.” The article explains how small and midsize firms were better poised than BigLaw to prepare their offices to work remotely and stay connected to their clients in the early stages of the pandemic.
Alan explained how Tarter Krinsky & Drogin was prepared with a “full business continuity program” in advance of the COVID-19 outbreak. This included testing phones, operations and administrative processes before New York City was placed on lockdown.
Alan said, “This way, if there are any gaps in our business continuity program, we can seal them now before we find ourselves in a crisis. As a midsized firm, our clients rely on us to be their solution, not add to their problems. Likewise, our employees look to us to provide reassurances and support.”
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