Just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Danielle Mason joined Sanders Phillips Grossman from Beasley Allen, where she had pursued talcum powder lawsuits. The past year’s struggles, however, didn’t derail her focus on lawsuits over consumer products and environmental contamination, particularly those prevalent in minority communities.

At her firm, which is merging with Milberg, Greg Coleman Law and Whitfield Bryson, Mason, working from her home in Montgomery, Alabama, talked to Law.com about how the past year taught her to be more efficient with costs and time.

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