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SPREADING – As the coronavirus spreads globally, law firms are finding themselves using the advice until now they’ve been giving to their clients: limit travel, avoid congregating in big groups, curtail taking public transportation. Some firms are canceling events stateside. Other firms including Paul Weiss, Norton Rose and Duane Morris are taking precautions globally. For full Law.com coverage on how the coronavirus is affecting the legal industry, click here.

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