As Texas slowly reopens for business beginning Friday under guidance from Gov. Greg Abbott, many firms in the Lone Star state have chosen to wait a bit longer to move their remote workforces back into offices.

One exception is Houston trial firm Ahmad, Zavitsanos, Anaipakos, Alavi & Mensing, which is set to reopen its offices in downtown Houston on Monday. But leaders of several other Texas firms are eyeing the prospects cautiously as they consider health and readiness concerns, or simply because they don’t feel an urgent need to shift gears and return to the office.

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