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By June 23, 2020July 6th, 2020Announcements, COVID-19, Recent News

Update (6/29/2020):

Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal is excited to again welcome in-person meetings by appointment only. Please contact us to schedule an appointment.

We continue to adhere to all guidelines regarding masks, social distancing, and screening protocols. These guidelines apply to employees and visitors alike.

In these early stages of reopening, we have limited our conference rooms in number, and determined safe capacity limits for each room. Meetings are only occurring in our conference rooms, and not in our attorneys’ individual offices. Our appointments are scheduled to allow time between each meeting for cleaning. We are asking visitors to arrive no more than 5 minutes ahead of their scheduled appointment to ensure we can complete this cleaning, and to minimize the amount of time spent waiting in our lobby area. Our conference rooms have been configured to allow for social distancing and to minimize touchpoints.

These steps have limited our availability for in-person meetings, but are allowing for a safe reopening. We continue to schedule virtual meetings at your convenience.

We remain dedicated to serving our clients in a safe and complete manner as possible. Please reach out to us with any questions or concerns.


Update (6/1/2020):

In March, in accordance with the “Stay at Home” Orders issued by various government authorities, we closed our physical offices. Our virtual office has been and remains open. Our attorneys are here to assist you. Their contact information can be found here.

As these Orders are modified, our top priority remains protecting our clients and staff as we consider the right timing and approach to reopening our offices. Given the information that is available to us now, here is what we want you to know.

Beginning June 1, we are starting a phased-in, rotating schedule approach to bringing our employees back on-site.

Out of an abundance of caution, our physical offices will remain closed to in-person meetings. We will continue to monitor local regulations, guidance and conditions to determine when we will again welcome in-person meetings in our office. In certain circumstances, we may arrange for meetings outside of our offices. We have developed guidelines to limit personal contact based on guidelines from the CDC and state and local governments, that our attorneys will follow.

When we do welcome in-person meetings in our offices, we will continue to adhere to all guidelines regarding masks, social distancing, and screening protocols. These guidelines will apply to employees and clients alike.

We remain dedicated to serving our clients in a safe and complete manner as possible. Please reach out to us with any questions or concerns.


At Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, the health, welfare and safety of our clients and staff is always in the forefront of our minds. In this quickly-changing climate with information being updated daily and, in some cases, hourly, we wanted to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to assure that we are serving our clients in as safe and complete manner as possible.

Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal will be operating for the immediate future following “Stay at Home” Orders issued by various governmental authorities. Our physical offices are closed. Our virtual offices are open. We will continue to have some staff on-site, but the bulk of our services will now be provided through electronic means. That means our clients can continue to reach lawyers, staff, and administrators via email, telephone, and interview sessions conducted through video-conferencing applications. Our attorneys continue to work on cases and are available for new matters in this virtual environment. We will respond promptly and arrange to deal with your issues in the most efficient and effective manner available, including virtual meetings. In this extremely fluid personal and business environment, we will take all reasonable steps to protect our clients as well as our employees while continuing to provide you with the legal services you need.

We are monitoring court orders concerning court operations, including those in St. Louis County, St. Louis City, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, Franklin County, and other surrounding counties in Missouri and Illinois, as well as the federal courts. We are making virtual court appearances as ordered by the judges of these courts.

We are advising our clients of any court cancellations as we become aware of them, but if you have any questions about whether your court proceeding, please call or email us. If you have questions about your business operating under Stay at Home Orders, please call or email us.

PCB attorneys and staff are continuously monitoring information to do our part to keep ourselves, our clients, and our community safe and secure. Please reach out to us with questions or concerns. We are here for you.

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