Because Covid-19 persists as a substantial health risk, Keystone’s physical office will remain closed until it has been deemed safe for workplaces to reopen. Even though our attorneys and staff are not present in the office, they are conscientiously working remotely and are accessible via phone and email during our regular business hours. We are available to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.

Keystone’s tech-forward approach has served as an asset to both our clients and employees through the pandemic. As a result of it, we were able to seamlessly transition to remote work at the start of the quarantine, preventing our clients’ matters from encountering any delays. Previously, some clients with matters being litigated in courts outside of Southern California were hesitant to retain our firm due to distance; however, since everything from client meetings to mediations and court proceedings are now increasingly taking place in virtual settings, we are serving clients with matters litigated across the state and serving more clients than ever before. Keystone feels fortunate that despite the economic uncertainty surrounding Covid-19, we have managed during the last few months not only to grow our roster of clients but our roster of employees as well.

Keystone is dedicated to maintaining full functionality during Covid-19. We will continue to service our clients as best we can, no matter what challenges arise.