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Elise R. Holtzman Elise R. Holtzman

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the global community, lawyers are asking me whether engaging in business development activities is permissible right now. It’s a reasonable question—for many of us, the idea of “selling” or asking people for business feels unseemly and opportunistic when so many are suffering human and economic loss.

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