For Simon Bloom, the COVID-19 pandemic meant the curtailment of one of his favorite activities: trying cases in a courtroom.

The founding partner of Atlanta business litigation boutique Bloom Parham said his nine-lawyer firm successfully weathered the pandemic, thanks in part to having a diverse client base and adhering to a policy of running the firm without taking on debt before the virus erupted.

Bloom agreed to share his observations about practicing during a pandemic and what he expects to see as the country and its courts emerge from lockdown.

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