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ENOUGH? Many law firms have turned to voluntary and rotating remote policies, as opposed to out-right brick-and-mortar office closures amid the coronavirus pandemic. As Dylan Jackson reports, some experts say those partial measures may not cut it. Dr. Robert Freedman, an infectious disease expert with 33 years of experience, questions why firms can’t require their attorneys and staff to work from home in light of how quickly COVID-19 is spreading.

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