By Morgan Decker, Rubin & Levin PC
If you’re like me, you’re in your home office, trying to get work done while listening to your son play Mario Brothers on an original Nintendo, while speaking to the screen in an English accent. Not exactly? Well, these Tuesday Tidbits are meant to give you a little information and keep you engaged in a fun way (like Beth Cox and the Amazon pandemic purchase email which has elicited some great ideas. I’m purchasing Battleship for all the relatives now, too!)
- Business – If you missed the “Ethics from a Social Distance” webinar yesterday, I would highly suggest watching the recording if you have time. It contained helpful pointers on how to maintain an ethical practice while working from home. Some of what was covered:
- Keeping your home internet secure and protecting client information and confidentiality
- How to supervise staff from afar while they work from home
- Maintaining a healthy mental and physical lifestyle during this time
- Business – Tomorrow’s webinar is “Title I of the CARES Act” which should be a highly sought after webinar to attend. The CARES act has provisions about small business loans and other stimulus that not only clients will be curious about but can help many lawyers and law firms survive in these tumultuous times.
- Pleasure - Every Thursday, there will be a Zoom lunch hour to socialize, talk about current policies or just discuss what we’re all watching at the moment. I will be sending out a hashtag each Tuesday to reply/respond to in time for our Thursday lunch hour (sorry, no $20 prize but I will make a fantastic meme/certificate for the best one)! You can email them to email@example.com or share with the group!
- This week’s hashtag (a la Jimmy Fallon) is: #ThereShouldBeALaw
- My submission: #ThereShouldBeALaw that requires every quarantined person to watch Tiger King right now.
Have a great Tuesday, you cool cats and kittens (watch it, you’ll get it!)
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