New York State rolled out sweeping new mandatory “100% workforce reductions” on Friday as Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered all nonessential workers to stay home as the state dramatically escalated its efforts to curb the coronavirus pandemic.

Law firms were not listed as an essential service under an executive order issued earlier this week that previously curtailed the number of employees allowed to report for work in office.

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