Veterans Day Q&A 2021

November 10, 2021

Gerald B. Hrycyszyn , Matthew B. Berg

In honor of Veterans Day, Wolf Greenfield is featuring four veterans who are near and dear to us. Learn about some of the veterans at the firm by clicking below. 

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Those featured include: 

  • JERRY HRYCYSZYN, Shareholder, Litigation Practice
  • MATT BERG, Chief Information Officer
  • MICHELLE QUINN, IP Administrator
  • KEVIN HENRY, Manager of Network Systems

 

 

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But compassion and understanding alone do not drive change. The pandemic experience itself has been invaluable in actually demonstrating how we can adapt when the assumptions are out the window and the playing field is drastically different.

For over a year, my colleagues and I have effectively represented our domestic and international clients in cases pending across the country, before a variety of different courts and administrative bodies, all from our individual homes.

It is a truly shocking thing to say and hear.

But we have harnessed the power of technology, linked that up with our own creativity and problem-solving skills, and effectively guided our clients through various thorny legal issues, all while respecting lockdown mandates and social distancing protocols.

There is certainly much about lawyering that, given the option, is better done in person. When restrictions are lifted, critical witnesses will be questioned in person, and key hearings and trials will draw attorneys to courthouses.

But there is also a lot of lawyering that can benefit from the ability to work remotely, and that ability may ultimately benefit working parents trying to balance their personal and professional lives by making the best possible use of every last minute.
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But compassion and understanding alone do not drive change. The pandemic experience itself has been invaluable in actually demonstrating how we can adapt when the assumptions are out the window and the playing field is drastically different.

For over a year, my colleagues and I have effectively represented our domestic and international clients in cases pending across the country, before a variety of different courts and administrative bodies, all from our individual homes.

It is a truly shocking thing to say and hear.

But we have harnessed the power of technology, linked that up with our own creativity and problem-solving skills, and effectively guided our clients through various thorny legal issues, all while respecting lockdown mandates and social distancing protocols.

There is certainly much about lawyering that, given the option, is better done in person. When restrictions are lifted, critical witnesses will be questioned in person, and key hearings and trials will draw attorneys to courthouses.

But there is also a lot of lawyering that can benefit from the ability to work remotely, and that ability may ultimately benefit working parents trying to balance their personal and professional lives by making the best possible use of every last minute.
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But compassion and understanding alone do not drive change. The pandemic experience itself has been invaluable in actually demonstrating how we can adapt when the assumptions are out the window and the playing field is drastically different.

For over a year, my colleagues and I have effectively represented our domestic and international clients in cases pending across the country, before a variety of different courts and administrative bodies, all from our individual homes.

It is a truly shocking thing to say and hear.

But we have harnessed the power of technology, linked that up with our own creativity and problem-solving skills, and effectively guided our clients through various thorny legal issues, all while respecting lockdown mandates and social distancing protocols.

There is certainly much about lawyering that, given the option, is better done in person. When restrictions are lifted, critical witnesses will be questioned in person, and key hearings and trials will draw attorneys to courthouses.

But there is also a lot of lawyering that can benefit from the ability to work remotely, and that ability may ultimately benefit working parents trying to balance their personal and professional lives by making the best possible use of every last minute.
More Tools in Our Toolkit

But compassion and understanding alone do not drive change. The pandemic experience itself has been invaluable in actually demonstrating how we can adapt when the assumptions are out the window and the playing field is drastically different.

For over a year, my colleagues and I have effectively represented our domestic and international clients in cases pending across the country, before a variety of different courts and administrative bodies, all from our individual homes.

It is a truly shocking thing to say and hear.

But we have harnessed the power of technology, linked that up with our own creativity and problem-solving skills, and effectively guided our clients through various thorny legal issues, all while respecting lockdown mandates and social distancing protocols.

There is certainly much about lawyering that, given the option, is better done in person. When restrictions are lifted, critical witnesses will be questioned in person, and key hearings and trials will draw attorneys to courthouses.

But there is also a lot of lawyering that can benefit from the ability to work remotely, and that ability may ultimately benefit working parents trying to balance their personal and professional lives by making the best possible use of every last minute.