Stocks slid downward for the seventh day in a row Friday, as fears of the coronavirus grew, and the S&P 500 index’s record high—from just one week ago—is very much in the rear view mirror.

Law firms are also confronting whether their recent gains could be under serious threat if the spreading disease, officially called COVID-19, puts a damper on corporate profits and economic growth, as investors clearly fear.

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