A Message to Our Clients and Co-Counsel

We want to assure you that we take the health and well-being of our community, clients, co-workers and all of our family members very seriously. Like you, we are closely monitoring the quickly changing situation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. 

To comply with Governor Baker’s order of March 23, 2020, we have closed our Boston office. Our California office was already closed because of California state orders.  

We were prepared with a firm-wide plan for remote work, so during these unprecedented times, our firm will continue to conduct business as usual. As such, we have access to a virtual copy of your file, calls will still be forwarded to us, and all communications and work pertaining to current cases will remain unchanged.  

However, please be aware that in response to public health concerns arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and the States of Emergency declared by the Governors of several states, both state and federal courts have issued several orders affecting timelines governing filed cases. We are working diligently to comply with these orders while minimizing any delays to the extent possible. In these unprecedented times we remain dedicated to the health, safety, and effective representation of our clients. 

  • Our attorneys will continue to work on existing cases and meeting deadlines that have already been established. 
  • Our employees are working remotely to ensure the firm operates smoothly and efficiently during these unprecedented times. 
  • Our entire staff remains available to serve any client needs that arise over the course of this crisis. 


Please feel free to contact us at any time. You can call us and leave messages 24 hours a day at 617-720-1333. Or if you prefer you can email us at info@tenlaw.com with any questions, concerns, or updates. If you have been working with a particular attorney or staff member, please email them directly. We will make every effort to respond to all inquiries as soon as possible. We want to do everything possible to conduct business as usual even during these trying circumstances. 


We’ve asked our employees to practice social distancing and aggressive handwashing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Everyone is staying at home to comply with the Governor’s order. If we all do our best to follow the CDC guidelines, we will all get through this together. 

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