Surviving In The Current Cascade Of Economic Disaster: How Obama's New World Is Likely To Change Professional Practice

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It should be fairly obvious by now that the current economic situation, the plans for recovery by the new administration and congress, and the thrust of President Obama’s governance, are going to alter the texture of the modern economic and social fabric. It will certainly alter the nature of professional practice. More so law firms than accounting firms, perhaps, but no business or industry in America will go unchanged. Look at the auto industry and as well at Home Depot, Macy’s, and myriad other companies. Look also at companies small and large, where, these days, more employees pass through their doors on the way out than on the way in. Or through which customers don’t enter at all.

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