After months of living through the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all become familiar with the changes required in our daily lives and the challenges that businesses of all shapes and sizes are facing. My own midmarket law firm, Pryor Cashman, is working its way through those obstacles as well as we could have hoped. In fact, most of the metrics we use to gauge the health of our firm indicate we are bouncing back well. Productivity per lawyer, revenue, net income—all have rebounded to pre-pandemic levels, and some are even exceeding our previous marks. What’s driving our success amid all the disruption? I’d argue it’s our ability as a mid-market firm to maintain our culture—our sense of community—even as the coronavirus has kept us apart.
Addressing the Crisis
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