Law firms, like all businesses, are at risk for natural disasters. Don’t think it can’t happen to you. Businesses and state officials are still totting up the damages from hurricane Harvey, but we know what happened in 2012 with hurricane Sandy. Many companies experienced serious business losses because they could not do business for a week or more, and recovery proved slow and painful. If these crippled law firms had workable business continuity plans in place, they would not have suffered the downturns they did. Read on to learn what you should do.read more
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