Protect your business
Billable time determines a firm’s income, but nonbillable time determines its future. In the midst of busy day-to-day practice, it’s all too easy to put off creating a business continuity and disaster plan when “disaster” is an abstract concept. Not anymore.
As the novel coronavirus continues to disrupt daily life for all practitioners, it’s now impossible for firms to ignore the necessity of business continuity and disaster planning. Firms of all sizes are now being forced to create, review, or engage their plans.
Get your plan in place
Led by Ethics Counsel Aviva Meridian Kaiser and Law Practice Assistance Manager Christopher Shattuck, Business Continuity and Disaster Planning for COVID-19 will provide timely and helpful resources that (virtual) attendees can put to use right away.
You’ll review the applicable Supreme Court Rules and learn:
- What information is necessary to create a business continuity and disaster plan
- How to test plans
- What to do if your firm’s continuity plan fails
- Tips for recovering and restoring data
The current pandemic is prompting firms to review their business continuity and disaster plans, but these plans should be in place regardless. While you can’t predict when the next disaster will strike, your office can be prepared with its response with help from Business Continuity and Disaster Planning for COVID-19. Register now!