Clark Hill Chairman and Member-in-Charge Jeffrey Conn Quoted in the Pittsburgh Business Times
Law firms across the country proactively made multiple efforts to assist the legal departments of corporate clients during the pandemic. Clark Hill was no exception, providing clients with daily updates, weekly webinars, and constant availability from attorneys for counsel on the ever-changing landscape at which COVID-19 was changing.
“We dedicated part of our website to it and sent out an alert to make clients aware of it,” Jeffrey Conn, Member-in-Charge of the Pittsburgh office and Co-Chairman of the firm said. “In addition to setting forth information on the site, we used social media to reach clients and held a number of webinars on how to deal with COVID with regard to human resource issues.”
Read Conn’s full comments here.
Conn’s primary areas of practice are commercial and real estate finance, mergers and acquisitions, general corporate and real estate law. He regularly represents lenders, borrowers, real estate developers, and small, middle market, and large corporations in a variety of transactional matters and matters involving general corporate advice.
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