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COVID-19 Resource Center

A message to our clients:

Goldberg Legal is remaining open and fully operational during the COVID-19 crisis. We expect to continue providing high-quality and efficient representation as we monitor the situation. In order to follow CDC recommendations for social distancing and the Ohio Stay at Home Order, we are keeping our offices open with essential staff and allowing all other employees to work remotely. We are asking clients to meet virtually on video conferencing software rather than in-person at this time. Please stay at home and observe all guidelines for social distancing and sanitation.

To request an update on your case, or if you have any questions, call us at 440-519-9900 during normal business hours.

Goldberg Legal will continue to provide updates regarding the COVID-19 crisis and its effect on Local and Federal Courts and their deadlines.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is your office open during normal business hours?

A: Yes. We can be contacted by phone at 440-519-9900 during normal business hours.

Q: Are you accepting new clients?

A: Yes.

Q: What video conferencing software do you have available?

A: Zoom Video Communications. Their website can be found by clicking here.

Updates and News

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has extended the Ohio Stay At Home Order through May 29, with some exceptions.  So what is going to happen?

Public and private gatherings are still prohibited and the 10-person limit is still in effect.  Non-essential travel is still prohibited.  Certain businesses will be allowed to reopen as long as they continue to follow social distancing and proper PPE guidelines.

The following businesses WILL open on the following dates:

  • Manufacturing, distribution and construction businesses that were ordered closed on April 2 will be allowed to reopen on May 4.
  • Offices (non-public) that were ordered closed on April 2 will be allowed to reopen on May 4.
  • Retail businesses that were ordered closed on April 2 will be allowed to reopen on May 12.
  • Medical providers that were ordered to stop non-essential surgical procedures on March 17 will be allowed to perform those procedures starting May 1. This includes dentists.

For full guidelines on social distancing and PPE requirements for re-opening businesses, refer to the full text of the Order.

The following businesses WILL NOT open following this order:

  • Schools
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Hair and beauty salons
  • Tattoo parlors
  • Adult Day Support and Vocational Habilitation Services in a Congregate Setting
  • Senior Centers and Older Adult Day Care Services
  • Child Care Services
  • Entertainment businesses such as movie theaters, arcades, and sports facilities
  • Gyms, health clubs, country clubs, and public swimming pools
  • Recreational sports leagues
  • Places of public amusement such as theme parks, zoos, water parks, and aquariums
  • Campgrounds and RV camping locations, with some exceptions

For more information on businesses that will not reopen, refer to the full text of the Order.


The most recent Stay At Home Order extension states that law enforcement officials have authority to enforce social distancing, Stay At Home, social isolation, and public health orders (Sections 18-19).  For any questions regarding this, please contact our office.

Important Resources

CDC Guidelines on social distancing:

Ohio Stay at Home order:

On April 2, the Ohio Stay at Home order was extended until May 1, 2020.  On April 30, the Stay at Home order was further extended until May 29, 2020.

Ohio Declaration of State of Emergency:

Ohio Supreme Court Order regarding tolling of deadlines: