Civilization plodded ahead last week in spite of the much-ballyhooed millennium bug. No nuclear meltdowns. No power outages.

And though most won’t admit to it, lawyers who spent countless hours gearing up for an expected onslaught of Y2K litigation must have been at least a little disappointed when they returned to work Jan. 3, and their elevators — heck, even their computers — were all running smoothly.

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