(April 8, 2020) – Gislason & Hunter LLP continues to work remote and be fully operational after the announcement from Minnesota Governor Tim Walz where he extended the stay-at-home order until May 4. The initial stay-at-home order was scheduled to last through April 10. The order limits activity for all those not engaged in “Critical Sector”.
The firm has proactively taken this precautionary measure to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and protect the health and safety of their personnel, clients and the communities in which the live and work. A proactive approach with technology and the cloud has given Gislason & Hunter the ability to remain fully operational yet ensuring people are safe. Attorneys and staff have been working remotely since March 17, 2020. In addition, their website provides valuable contact information and insights and articles on addressing business and economic challenges during this unprecedented time.
Gislason & Hunter has been preparing for this eventuality and advising clients about the implications of such an order on their businesses. We have also continued to counsel our diverse clientele on a wide range of other legal matters. The “Shelter in Place” order will not limit this firm’s abilities, responsiveness or accessibility. We understand that now is when businesses truly rely upon sound legal counsel. As always, Gislason & Hunter is here for clients and ready to assist in any way they can.
About Gislason & Hunter LLP
Gislason & Hunter LLP has been providing vital expertise for more than 80 years to serve the upper midwest. With more than 40 accomplished attorneys and a large support staff, Gislason & Hunter LLP is a leader with industry-specific knowledge in a variety of practice areas. They have offices in New Ulm, Minneapolis and Mankato. For more information, visit www.gislason.com.