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What Maddocks is doing to combat the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)

By David Newman

• 06 April 2020 • 1 min read
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Maddocks is very well prepared to protect our people, our clients and visitors to our offices from the coronavirus (COVID-19).

(Updated 28 October 2021)

Maddocks is committed to stopping the spread of COVID-19 and keeping our people, our clients and all visitors to our offices safe and well.

To assist with this, we have introduced a COVID-19 vaccination policy that requires any Maddocks partner or employee you meet in our office, at your office or at a neutral venue has been fully vaccinated.

This also means that clients, suppliers and visitors to any of our offices will also need to have been fully vaccinated. Visitors to our offices will need to check in via the QR codes in our reception areas and may also be asked for proof of vaccination.

We look forward to seeing you and thank you for helping us keep our people, our offices and our community safe.

Our services to clients

We continue to provide a seamless service to our clients, with our legal and legal support staff working both in the office and remotely.

With offices in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney, we are abiding by the Commonwealth, state and territory government guidelines relevant to each office.

As this situation is constantly evolving, we will update this page periodically to reflect changes to these measures.

By David Newman

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