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Between the flooding of the Mississippi River, violent tornadoes throughout the South and raging wildfires in Arizona, it’s been a difficult year in terms of natural disasters. The American Bar Association will use its annual meeting next month in Toronto to urge lawyers, law firms and bar associations to take disaster planning seriously. “Even a minor disaster — a burst pipe in the room with the computer server — can harm a law firm and disrupt its business,” said outgoing ABA President Stephen Zack, who made disaster planning a priority. “Even if you believe that you live where cataclysmic events don’t occur, all lawyers and law firms are at risk of a disaster disrupting their practice. Fortunately, with proper planning, the harm they cause can be mitigated, clients can be served and law practices may be preserved.” The ABA has published

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