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‘THE BURSTING OF THE BULLSHIT BUBBLE’: Last week, I asked Morning Minute readers to weigh in on whether they’re ready to ditch in-person meetings (along with the attendant travel time and expense) and fulfill the prophecy of “Back to the Future Part II” by conducting more business via video calls, even after the pandemic subsides. I received a number of interesting responses, including the colorful quote that gave this item its name, so I decided to devote this week’s edition of Law.com Trendspotter to the shifting norms around what it means to “meet” with clients and colleagues.

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