Wusinich & Sweeney, LLC Announce Franny Ryan as New Firm Partner

The legal team at Wusinich & Sweeney, LLC is excited to announce Franny Ryan as a new firm partner. Franny Ryan is an accomplished attorney with decades of experience in state and federal court. Ms. Ryan focuses on employment law, civil litigation, class actions, and discrimination matters, as well as non-compete and trade secret litigation. She has handled many cases involving sex, age, and disability discrimination and has first chair experience trying cases before juries, judges, and arbitrators. Ms. Ryan is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School, J.D. and was previously a clerk for Hon. Franklin Van Antwerpen of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Ms. Ryan was a partner at a major Philadelphia law firm before joining Wusinich & Sweeny, LLC. Her past clients include the Boeing Company, Siemens Medical,  Philadelphia Newspapers, Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Congratulations, Ms. Ryan!

 

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  1. Check all people’s temperatures upon entrance. Deny entrance to anyone with a fever. Inform visitors that we regret that the law requires us to deny entry to people with fevers or other symptoms, and the firm will schedule a telephone or video visit promptly.
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  3. Stagger work/meeting times to minimize number of persons in the office at once.
  4. All employees and visitors must wear masks except when office is empty or when sitting at own desk.
  5. Make soap and water and hand sanitizer available for all.
  6. All employees and visitors must maintain social distancing while in building.
  7. Use plastic sneeze guards at front desk and in conference room.
  8. IN CASE OF EXPOSURE TO PERSON WITH PROBABLE OR CONFIRMED CASE OF COVID-19:
    1. Close off areas visited by infected person.
    2. Open outside doors and windows and use fans, if possible, to circulate air.
    3. Wait 24 hours or as long as practical and then clean and sanitize all affected areas.
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