Fisher Phillips’ Chairman Predicts Deluge of Employment Work Stemming from COVID-19 Pandemic
In a Q&A with The American Lawyer, Chairman and Managing Partner Roger Quillen shares his thoughts on how Fisher Phillips quickly adapted to meet client needs during the COVID-19 outbreak, the firm’s seamless adjustment to a “new normal” and why the current pandemic may lead to a wave of employment-related work. In a matter of days during the outset of the pandemic, Fisher Phillips amassed a team of lawyers who were willing to commit themselves to developing COVID-19 resources for our clients and the public. Roger explains that as the situation across the country continued to evolve and new laws and regulations were presented, the firm continued to adjust accordingly to provide critical to support to those clients navigating unprecedented times. Later in the Q&A, he explains how demand might change for Fisher Phillips’ services: “As businesses begin to come back online, we are going to see a wave of employment work the likes of which has never been seen in our firm’s history.”
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