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Brooklyn Bar Association, Frank Carone to discuss how lawyers can thrive during the COVID-19 crisis

August 28, 2020 Rob Abruzzese
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The legal community has undergone huge changes since the beginning of March as social distancing requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic have fundamentally altered the way courthouses operate.

Some attorneys had their practices essentially shut down, and as everything has reopened, there have often been more questions than answers about how to proceed.

In an attempt to make sure that its members have the best tools in order to help the local community deal with the pandemic, the Brooklyn Bar Association and immediate past President Frank Carone are hosting a CLE titled “Thriving During the Covid-19 Crisis and Beyond: How Lawyers Can Excel by Building Powerful Supportive Relationship with Prospects, Clients and Other Professionals.”

Carone, who is an executive partner at Abrams Fensterman, will sit down for a free hour-long discussion with Russ Alan Prince and Suri Kasirer at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 10 via Zoom.

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The discussion will cover how the pandemic has hurt local practices, addressing topics about how lawyers can generate new business, build demand for their services, help their clients and lean on each other for professional guidance.

The trio will also be discussing their book, “Everyone Wins! How You Can Enhance and Optimize Business Relationships Just Like Ultra-Wealthy Entrepreneurs,” and will share tips they say are proven to create and enhance business relationships.

“By meaningfully helping others, you will also often be called upon to provide your legal expertise,” Carone said.

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