Cleveland, March 23, 2020 — In response to the coronavirus crisis, the Cleveland law firm of Cavitch, Familo & Durkin Co., L.P.A. is offering pro bono legal consultations to struggling small-business owners.
“We are hearing a lot of anxiety in the marketplace,” said Michael Cohan, Cavitch’s managing partner. “Entrepreneurs need advice, and they’re worried about piling up unnecessary legal fees. This is a small way we can help stabilize the market.”
Cavitch lawyers Max Dehn and Mike Rasor will take calls between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 28. To be eligible, you must be a small business owner in Ohio and complete the online registration form no later than Thursday at 12:00 noon, at www.cavitch.com/covid19.
“The laws are changing very rapidly right now,” said Mike Rasor, a partner at Cavitch. “The decisions made this week may very well determine whether or not a small business survives. They desperately need good legal advice while they make critical decisions.”
About Cavitch, Familo & Durkin Co., L.P.A.
The law firm of Cavitch Familo & Durkin traces its roots to 1886 in Cleveland, Ohio. It has long been considered one of the premier law firms, enjoying an impeccable reputation among the legal community for effectiveness and professionalism. Cavitch maintains long standing relationships with its clients, both businesses and individuals, providing generations of business owners and their families full service legal representation. The attorneys and paralegals at Cavitch, along with its experienced administrative staff, treat each and every client with the utmost care and attention designed to facilitate sophisticated representation on a cost-effective basis.