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Atlanta, Georgia.

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.”

When Bartlett is not tending to clients, the self-described “huge Peloton fan” is managing the stressors of practice with group bike “rides” with Seyfarth colleagues and clients, reading works by science fiction author Liu Cixin or listening to the Eagles, Bob Marley or Blake Shelton.

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Lisa Helem

Lisa Helem is the editor in chief of The National Law Journal. Contact her at [email protected] On Twitter: @lhelemNLJ

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