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FisherBroyles Partner Gene Burd interviewed by a leading Ukrainian legal newspaper on the Law Firm 2.0 model.

Jan 14, 2021
  • FisherBroyles News

A leading Ukrainian legal publication Legal Practice (ЮРИДИЧЕСКАЯ ПРАКТИКА) interviewed FisherBroyles Partner Gene Burd on practicing law amidst the COVID-19 pandemics.

“The situation with COVID-19 is still developing,” said Gene Burd. “It is unclear how long it is going to last. We live in a new paradigm, and the lessons we have learned will stay with us. Many lawyers rethought their view of legal business. What is really important in legal work? Is it necessary to have the “walls”? Do we need a reception? What is really important to the client? How to show the client your ability to work efficiently and to provide quality product? The shift from form to substance is an important hallmark of this time, and it will stay with us, at least with many of us for the time to come.”

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