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Since mid-March, Seyfarth Shaw labor and employment partner Brett Bartlett has been hunkered down at his metro Atlanta home “with a pound puppy, an adopted street cat, two virtually learning kids and my saint of a wife who is overseeing us all.”

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Lisa Helem

Lisa Helem is the editor in chief of The National Law Journal. Contact her at lhelem@alm.com. On Twitter: @lhelemNLJ

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