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William A. Munck, managing partner of Munck Wilson in Dallas. Courtesy photo

We’ve seen litigation practices and litigation-heavy firms manage to perform very well during the COVID-19 pandemic, even with court closures. Now, one year after law firms began sending their attorneys home to work remotely, we’re taking a closer look at how they achieved this success. Texas Lawyer spoke recently with William A. Munck, managing partner of Munck Wilson Mandala—with offices in Dallas, Austin and Marshall, Texas, and recognized as one of the nation’s leading technology-focused law firms—about what obstacles his firm faced this past year, how they were overcome and how the knowledge gained during this time is being used to position the firm in 2021.

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