The Daily Report checked in with three litigators who’ve recently started their own firms to see how their new ventures are faring amid office and court shutdowns from the novel coronavirus pandemic. All three, asbestos plaintiffs lawyer Sharon Zinns, commercial litigator Cody Wigington and regulatory and appellate law specialist Kurt Kastorf, said they’ve got plenty to do, even though the courts are closed.

Zinns Law

Plaintiffs trial lawyer Sharon Zinns launched Zinns Law, specializing in mesothelioma cases from asbestos exposure, on April 6 in the midst of the pandemic.

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