SOG’s Ongoing Legal Services During State of Emergency Declared Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

March 16, 2020

SOG’s Ongoing Legal Services During State of Emergency Declared Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

March 16, 2020

With regard to the current state of emergency declared by the Government of Serbia due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we would like to inform you about the measures being taken by SOG in the context of the current situation.

Health and safety of our employees, as well as our clients and business partners are among the highest priorities of SOG / Samardžić, Oreški & Grbović law firm. In this regard, we believe it is our duty to take on social responsibility and do everything in our power to minimise risk from infection, while making sure our clients continue to receive seamless legal support at this difficult time.

Therefore, besides increased hygiene safeguards that SOG implemented since the risk from infection arose, we have decided that, as of today, all our lawyers and employees work from home.

We hereby assure you that this measure does not hinder our ability to provide you full legal support at any time. Our lawyers have full technical capacity to continue to provide legal services without significant limitations, and we remain completely available to our clients at any given time.

All your phone calls will be redirected to relevant mobile numbers, and in case you need to reach us by e-mail, you can find all e-mail addresses of the firm and attorneys on our website.

We are also aware that the current situation can produce many legal difficulties in your everyday work. Therefore, we have formed a special work group that focuses specifically on implications of the epidemic, the current state of emergency, and its effects on your everyday business.

We wish you to overcome this situation safely, and we are at your disposal in case you have any inquiries.

 

 

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