I’m launching a Q&A series today focused on how big names in the legal world are managing their lives during the COVID-19 crisis. I’m exploring everything—how they’re dealing with the intersection of work and family, the impact of coronavirus on their views about the profession, what’s driving them nuts during the lockdown, what they’re watching on Netflix and more.

Today, I’m talking with dealmaker extraordinaire Frank Aquila, who heads Sullivan & Cromwell’s  mergers and acquisition practice. Below is an edited version of our phone conversation.

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