As the state and the country formulate plans for reopening businesses, law firms based in California are taking their time to decide when and how they might return to the office.

Jurisdictions are on different paths based on the coronavirus infection rates in their communities, as Gov. Gavin Newsom has started discussion about how certain businesses will enter “Phase Two” of reopening. Meanwhile, strict orders remain in some places—Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said Tuesday that the county’s stay-at-home order will be in place through July.

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