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REDUX? As much of the economy remains shut down, it’s hard not to compare the situation law firms find themselves in right now with the 2008 recession. With some firms laying off staff, delaying summer programs or implementing hiring freezes, the current scenario feels all too familiar. But there are distinctions that could mean good news for a rebound down the road. Keith Wetmore, MoFo chairman from 2000 to 2012 who guided his firm through some tough years, and Bill Brandt, a restructuring and insolvency expert who’s handled some of biggest law firm failures in the last 35 years, break it down on our latest Legal Speak podcast.

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