Staying home during a global pandemic has brought out the casual in everyone, and South Florida lawyers are no exception. Normally suited and booted, many litigators are keeping their pajamas on now that COVID-19 has shut them out of the courthouse.

Fort Lauderdale family attorney Brian Karpf of Young Berman Karpf & Gonzalez used to “dress to impress,” consistently wearing a suit or sport coat.

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