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Leonard Deutchman Leonard Deutchman

Depending upon with whom you are talking, when the subject of what the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and the business and practical aspects of the practice of law is discussed, you will hear both that the pandemic has shut down the legal world by adding to the cost of obtaining solutions to legal problems, and that solutions to problems raised by the pandemic have made the legal world far more efficient, such that the cost of providing solutions to digital problems can be far lower than what we saw a year ago. The positions are contradictory but, oddly, both are correct. In this month’s article, I will discuss why that is true.

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