Solos, Small Firms Face Unique Challenges in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

, New York Law Journal


As they tried to get back to business last week, solos and small firms were confronted with problems like inaccessible case files, the inability to make it to court and some impatient clients and adversaries.

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  • Lulaine

    Small firms always have problems and in times of crisis they are going to need more help. In these economic times small firms are facing huge problems and in light of the current natural disaster it is evident they are going to need even more help and access to resources to keep their business afloat.

  • Ravi Batra

    Anyone who was, or is, not considerate, needs to be ashamed.

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