O’Connell & Aronowitz is pleased to announce that we have officially reopened both our Saratoga Springs and Albany offices as of June 15, 2020. Our top priority remains the safety, health and well-being of our clients, employees, and community. We are opening our offices in a thoughtful manner, following all regulatory requirements and CDC safety guidelines. While some things may be different, our dedication to providing personal attention and highest quality legal advice is unwavering. Please review the following guidelines we have put in place for the safety our clients and our staff:
- All clients will be given the option to continue to meet virtually by Zoom or other video conference.
- All attorneys and staff are required to complete a health questionnaire and have their temperatures taken prior to entering the office.
- All visitors and clients are required to complete a health questionnaire and have their temperatures taken prior to entering the office.¬† Clients will be provided the questionnaire by email for review prior to their appointment.
- All employees, clients and visitors will be required to wear masks to enter the office, as required by law and our landlords.
- Masks will be worn during all meetings.
- Disposable gloves and masks will be available for clients.
- Hand sanitizer will be available in common areas and in conference rooms.
- All meetings will be held in our conference rooms to allow for social distancing.
- All surfaces used by clients and staff will be disinfected between appointments.
- All offices will continue to be cleaned by a professional janitorial service.
- There will be no overlapping of appointments. All appointments will be for one set of clients at a time. There will be no clients permitted to wait in reception areas.
- All clients and visitors to the Albany office will be required to use the restrooms on the 10th floor.
We thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you!
For more information on COVID-19, visit the Center for Disease Control or contact your local health department.