As the coronavirus spreads, law firms and legal industry organizations have continued to announce changes and cancellations of long-planned events that would have involved domestic or international travel for many.

The American Bar Association and its Criminal Justice Section on Wednesday canceled the 34th National Institute on White Collar Crime, scheduled for next week in San Diego. The organization said it made the change because of travel restrictions placed on a significant number of speakers and attendees by their employers.

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