As part of our ongoing client spotlight series, we’re looking at how firms are working collaboratively to provide their clients with targeted content and analysis during the COVID-19 crisis. In this post, we’re introducing you to Morse, a Boston-area law firm representing companies that range in size from small technology startups to Fortune 1000 companies in industries such as software, medical devices, professional services, financial services, construction, manufacturing, retail, non-profit and healthcare.
Unlike many firms, the transition to a work from home environment was an easy one for Morse. “Thanks to the visionary leadership and technology savvy of our management team, Morse has been uniquely prepared for these circumstances. We were able to shift to work from home conditions immediately, providing every single employee with a laptop,” said Jaclyn Braga, the firm’s Director of Marketing. During this time the firm is maintaining departmental meetings and all-inclusive firm meetings virtually, but they’re also connecting socially. At the end of the first week of Massachusetts’ stay-at-home advisory, Morse hosted a firm-wide happy hour (virtually, of course) and recently hosted a game of virtual musical bingo.
The firm is using this time to share knowledge with clients and contacts as well. Of the firm’s COVID-19 response, Braga said, “If information is power, our COVID-19 Legal Response Team, drawn from multiple practice areas, has ably demonstrated that keeping clients and other readers armed with the critical facts and cogent explanations is the most empowering service we could possibly deliver. With that goal in mind, our COVID-19 Resource Collection was created and is updated regularly.” In addition to the firm’s resource collection, Morse maintains two blogs: Good Company and the Massachusetts Employment Law Blog to provide excellent analysis on how COVID-19 is impacting businesses and industries represented by the firm.
Learn more at morse.law.