Stormy Weather: Examining COVID-19’s Financial Impact on Lawyers

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An overlooked facet of the COVID-19 pandemic is the financial impact on individual lawyers for the remaining calendar year and beyond. Absent the expected uptick in key practice areas such as labor and employment or bankruptcy, one need only point to reduced headcount and salaries at many leading firms to recognize a waning demand for legal services nationwide.

The Thomson Reuters Institute is pleased to present a timely conversation on critical financial planning strategies for lawyers at all stages of their career. Our faculty will share crucial guidance on how to protect one’s assets in the new risk environment, including tax planning, retirement considerations and more.

Bob Seabolt, Chief Operating Officer, IST Management Services, Inc.

Virginia O. (Ginger) Brennan, CEBS, Senior Vice President, Head of the ABA Retirement Funds Program
David M. Cherill, Director, Personal Financial Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Courtney Peterson, Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Y. David Scharf, Chair and Co-Managing Partner, Morrison Cohen LLP

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