COVID-19 vaccines are finally on the way, but the fallout from the pandemic will continue for months, if not years. To cushion the blow, Congress recently passed a new COVID-relief bill with supplemental unemployment benefits and loans for small businesses. And the California legislature will hopefully extend its eviction moratorium.

But for these efforts to work, people need to be able to enforce their rights and access these benefits. When wealthy people and big businesses need to do this, they hire lawyers.

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