How Lawyers Can Work Strategically During the Pandemic
The current pandemic and economy are unprecedented and present unique challenges for the legal profession, particularly intellectual property attorneys. Businesses are tightening their belts and reducing nonessential expenses in this time of uncertainty. This article, first published by Law360.com on April 14, 2020, proposes a number of suggestions for IP lawyers to learn from this experience and adapt to improve their practice and the profession going forward including taking on pro bono matters, satisfying CLE requirements, reviewing and revising firm policies, providing training to younger associates and staff, and catching up on developments in intellectual property law.
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