Thomson Rogers Response to COVID-19

March 16, 2020

As we continue to monitor and respond to the spread of COVID-19, we would like to share our response plan and how we are working to keep our employees, clients, and communities healthy and safe. Our clients are our mission and are counting on us to solve their problems as quickly as possible as such Thomson Rogers remains open.

The safety of our extended community is of utmost importance and we are continuously and carefully monitoring recommendations from the Ontario Ministry of Health and other local authorities. We are specifically focused on slowing the spread of the virus through the following actions:

  • Implemented extensive cleaning and disinfecting procedures in our office
  • Have made flexible work times available in order to reduce travel during rush hour
  • Have made remote access available for lawyer and some staff members
  • Are keeping our people fully informed on best practices to protect themselves, loved ones, and clients against the virus

Our preexisting crisis contingency plan based on experience with SARS and MERS has been tailored to address this particular situation.  As this situation evolves, we are committed to serving the best interests of our clients and community at every step.

We hope that you and your family stay healthy and safe during this difficult time.

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