Atlanta’s large firms are in no hurry to reopen their workplaces even after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp lifted the statewide shelter in place order last week.

Law firm leaders queried by the Daily Report said the public health risk is still too great and there isn’t any immediate time pressure to reopen, since remote working is going well—although some attorneys and staff are eager to get back to the office.

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