Manhattan lawyer dies of coronavirus after saying he was improving

New York Post:

A 57-year-old partner at a New York- and New Jersey-based law firm has died of complications from the coronavirus – two days after he wrote in an email that he was improving, according to a report.

Richard Weber Jr., a Manhattan-based partner at Gallo Vitucci Klar, died Wednesday, according to Law.com, which cited the LGBT Bar Association of New York, or LeGal, of which Weber was a board member.

“He was just a wonderful human being with a real dedication to giving back to others,” LeGal executive director Eric Lesh said.

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