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Dogs, Babies, Tech Flops: Attys Share Zoom Fails And Tips

Law360 (October 28, 2020, 2:46 PM EDT) -- Seven months after COVID-19 lockdowns hit the United States, attorneys say the legal industry has more or less adjusted to videoconferencing and expect it will continue to be a common feature for lawyers post-pandemic — but also that just about everyone by now has their own "Zoom fail" story.

Perhaps the pinnacle of Zoom fails is the recent case of lawyer and legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin, whom New Yorker colleagues reported inadvertently exposed himself while appearing to masturbate on a video call this month, resulting in his suspension. For most attorneys, however, the mishaps are fortunately more amusing than career-jeopardizing....

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