Okay, the world has pretty much locked down, almost everyone in the United States lives under a shelter-in-place order, and most businesses have closed their offices and/or retail locations for the duration of the pandemic or at least until the shutdown orders expire. The rules make exceptions for certain vital businesses, such as grocery stores, pharmacies, car repair facilities, and gas stations. The exceptions also extend to hospitals and some medical practitioners, although most of those seem to have closed their offices. Lawyers’ offices don’t get to stay open, so what’s a lawyer to do?
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