May 18, 2020
Silver Linings in a Dark Cloud
Court appearances via Zoom, live U.S. Supreme Court hearings, and improvements in court procedures. Gregg Herman discusses a few of the good things to come out of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gregg M. Herman
While they certainly don’t outweigh the tremendous harm this awful virus is causing to our legal system and society, a few good things may come out of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gregg Herman of Loeb & Herman S.C., Milwaukee, says that, given all the bad things, the legal system should take advantage of any good thing, no matter how small.
See his article Silver Linings in a Dark Cloud, in his firm’s family law blog.
Gregg Herman is a founding partner of Loeb & Herman S.C. in Milwaukee, where he practices family law.
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