Dear Clients and Friends of Clear Counsel Law Group,
We write to provide an update on Clear Counsel Law Group’s plans to continue operations in light of Governor Sisalak’s announcement last night that all non-essential businesses should close for 30 days. Please be assured that we will continue operating the firm and that our attorneys and staff remain available by telephone and email and will continue to work on your case as normal. However, we have made some adjustments to our office environment to be part of the solution.
Our staff and attorneys will be working remotely during the next 30 days.
Since the beginning of Clear Counsel Law Group, we have had a commitment to technology that will allow our attorneys and staff to seamlessly transition to remote working situations. Our client files are securely stored online and accessible to our attorneys and staff anywhere they go. Of course, there will be some adjustments as we make this temporary adjustment, but we are confident that we will be able to continue to provide services to you without any significant interruption.
We have implemented a closed-door office policy.
This means that we will not accept any walk-ins or in-person meetings at this time. If you currently have an appointment for an in-person meeting, you will be contacted by the staff member or attorney on your matter to reschedule. We have the ability to conduct videoconferences as needed, and, of course, phone calls are always welcome and will be the preferred method of meeting with you at this time.
Deliver documents to us via email or fax. Our fax number is (702) 924-0709.
If you are unable to email or fax the documents, you may drop off the documents in a drop box that will be at our front desk. Please ensure that the documents you drop are enclosed in a sealed envelope with the name of the attorney or staff member to whom the documents should be directed.
Please continue to call or email as normal.
Our phones will still be ringing and will be answered as normal and we will still be checking and responding to our emails as normal. Email is the preferred method of communication at this time, though phone calls are welcome as well.
We continue to closely monitor developments with the courts.
The District Court in Las Vegas has already announced significant changes to its operations and to court hearings. We presume that additional temporary changes will continue to be made. We will do all that we can within the limits allowed by the courts to continue to pursue your matter in court. If any changes affect your matter specifically, we will contact you to let you know.
We are grateful that you have trusted us with your legal matter. We will continue to give your matter the high quality of service that we expect from ourselves. If you have any questions or concerns about how your matter will be affected, please do not hesitate to contact your attorney or staff member here and we will gladly talk with you about your matter.