In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis (“Coronavirus”), McDermott, Quilty & Miller LLP (“MQM”) is well prepared and readily available to help our clients navigate through this uncertain and challenging climate.  We are actively advising upon and closely monitoring emergency actions by Federal, State and Municipal authorities, in order to provide clarity and relief for all of our clients’ land use, zoning, permitting, licensing and real estate interests during the ongoing crisis.  From alternative emergency measures for the intake, review and adjudication of development projects and licensure matters, to video or teleconferencing of public meetings and hearings on the State and Municipal levels, we are here to serve as a resource and advocate for our clients during these unpredictable times.

To protect the health and safety of our clients, employees and staff — and do our part to help stem the spread of the Coronavirus in the community – MQM has transitioned its office to a work from home system.  Our attorneys and staff remain fully accessible and available by telephone and email, and we are prepared to conduct and undertake client meetings, hearings and related discussions remotely, by video or teleconferencing.  Consistent with Governor Baker’s current closure order, we will await to revisit any plans to re-open our physical office after such time.

For information on Coronavirus regulatory actions and emergency orders associated with MQM’s practice areas, please visit our COVID-19 Client Industry Resources link here, or feel free to reach out to any of our attorneys by telephone or email.  Stay safe and healthy, and we are here to help.