Legal profession hunkers down, but finds ways to serve the clients

, The National Law Journal


Much of the legal industry on the East Coast boarded up and battened down on October 29 as Hurricane Sandy raged toward the region, with just a few offices determined to muscle through the storm.

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  • Michael

    What? The firm has a chef? Cooking meals gratis, did you say? Footing the bill for hotels for attorneys who want to stay close? Dear Cravath: HAVE YOUR CLIENTS AGREED TO PAY FOR ALL THIS? Earth to Cravath: We're in a recession, guys!!!!

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