Lurie Remains Fully Operational During Minnesota Governor’s ‘Stay at Home’ Executive Order

To our valued clients and our Minnesota community –

Beginning March 28, the ‘Stay at Home’ Executive Order issued by Governor Tim Walz will take effect. It directs all Minnesotans to work together by limiting movements outside of the home in the fight against COVID-19.


Lurie Operations Will Continue

Lurie, LLP remains fully operational. Our team is successfully operating under a full-fledged “work from home” policy that leverages our technology to serve clients remotely while our office is closed to visitors. You can continue to drop off materials either in our vestibule (Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM) or through the mail slot in the door to the right of our main entrance. We are also receiving mail on a daily basis.

 

Health & Safety is Our Top Priority

The health and safety of our staff, along with our clients and community, remain our top priority. Lurie is dedicated to doing things right, and fueled by the desire to help our community. Together, we will overcome this unprecedented health and economic challenge.

 

Our Team’s Role & Commitment

Lurie falls under the definition of a Critical Sector in the Executive Order. Together, we play a vital role in the operation and viability of the economic relief programs being put in place at the state and federal levels. We are working with businesses and individuals to connect them with programs that keep more workers employed in our state and more businesses viable in the long-term. For ongoing updates and resources, please go to our COVID-19 Information & Resources Page.


If you have questions, we encourage you to please contact us. We will be here for you, your business, your employees and your family – without interruption. Thank you.

– Team Lurie

 

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