Lawyers who were hoping for a wave of litigation to emerge from COVID-19 should perhaps grab a cold one before changing into their wetsuits. Legal experts and recent data suggest that pandemic-related lawsuits are yet to generate the amount of work that some had predicted. Natalie Posgate explains . . .
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