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Commentary: Thanks? 

As the holiday season screeches into 2020, lots of folks are wondering what to do — and for some, for what they should be thankful. Not me. I know.

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Commentary: Lessons to You from Frisco Blue

Mark Levison

I don’t think about death much, or the process of dying. I did today. It was the last day for Frisco Blue, a German Shorthaired Pointer. My sweet wife Cheryl rescued the beautiful, blueish-haired dog from an animal shelter in Frisco, Colorado, hence the name.

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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

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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Commentary: Wife, dogs, Zoom

Mark Levison

Guys are used to dealing with wives. Some of us are used to dealing with dogs. A few of us are used to dealing with ZOOM, and these days many of us are dealing with all three virtually simultaneously.

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Commentary: Any or none of the above?

Good morning, students. This is Day 84 of your work-from-home, virtual educational experience. Welcome to another edition of virtual home-testing. We are sure you are happy that it is test-taking time.

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Pandemic delays offer opportunity to consider premarital legal advice

The 2020 coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the postponement of an untold number of weddings. Even with the benefit of additional time, however, most people give little to no consideration to the idea of seeking premarital legal advice.

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Willing to make the break

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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The Age of Coronial

Patrick Berry

Day 764,598 of quarantine. Like many of you, I’ve experienced the full range of emotions since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic in this country, and the corresponding banishment of any and all things that we used to enjoy as social creatures.

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