Six Months Into the New Normal, What Do Lawyers Miss, and What’s Improved? | Daily Report –

Near-empty highways headed into Atlanta, Georgia. Near-empty roadways lead to downtown Atlanta on July 19, 2020. (Photo: John Disney/ALM)

At the beginning of March, things still looked normal. The novel coronavirus had ravaged parts of China, Iran and Italy, but life looked the same in the United States, even if everyday discussion was starting to veer toward hand sanitizer and then toilet paper.

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