Hurricane Irma: Client Update

Press Release
September 12, 2017

Here in South Florida, Hurricane Irma has flooded parts of our region and left many without power. However, at Bilzin Sumberg, we are grateful for the fact that our attorneys, staff, and their families are safely accounted for. As always, their well-being and that of our clients are our top priorities. Our thoughts are with those still affected.

As the focus now turns to recovery, Bilzin Sumberg is prepared and ready to serve both the interests of our clients and the needs of our community.

Our headquarters and data systems are secure and our firm is fully operational, with many of our attorneys and administrative personnel working remotely today. We expect the office to open tomorrow.

At Bilzin Sumberg, we work with clients whose business and legal opportunities and challenges span the United States and cross borders to virtually every corner of the globe. But while our work knows no borders, Miami is where we call home. We are proud to be a part of this community and will be supporting ongoing relief efforts through the firm’s philanthropic arm, Bilzin Sumberg Cares.

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