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Commentary: The uncompared life 

Kramer

It was December 2010. The years already had passed. I was no longer the young avenger in the courtrooms or client boardrooms I frequented. I was older than the majority of attorneys I would run into in the courthouse. I had more years under my belt than those sitting across the closing tables from me.

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Commentary: A Corona Babymoon

Patrick Berry

As I detailed in this space a few weeks ago, my wife Laura and I are expecting our first child, a baby girl. Although there obviously are some unique issues presented by being pregnant and having a child during a global pandemic, we are beyond excited to meet our “Coronial”— i.e., a member of the upcoming generation of children born between December 2020 and July 2021 who were conceived during quarantine.

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Quantifying lost profits in the COVID-19 world

Money, cash

One of the key issues attorneys need to consider in a damages assessment is the impact of the 2020 coronavirus disease pandemic for cases involving plaintiff’s lost profits for breach of contract matters or insurance policyholder’s business-interruption claims for a covered cause of loss.

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Commentary: They did the Monster Mash

1201farris1:  Attorney Spencer Farris.  KAREN ELSHOUT/photo

Halloween season is upon us, but ghouls and goblins don’t have the same fear factor that they did in years past. I, for one, am less afraid of the darkness than the stupid that surrounds us. Compliments of “nice mask” finally seem appropriate to those of us who have been hearing or saying it for months. When 2020 is truly hindsight, we should never speak of it again.

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Willing to make the break

1201farris1:  Attorney Spencer Farris.  KAREN ELSHOUT/photo

A couple of decades ago, I was a partner in a small law firm. Two decades ago seems far away, but given the current pandemic, last year feels like the distant past so my perspective is skewed.

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