Uría Menéndez, a major law firm in Spain, is testing all of its staff for COVID-19 as a preliminary step before returning workers to its offices. Two people with knowledge of the situation told Law.com International that the firm is paying for workers to be tested, ahead of what another person described as a “prompt reopening”.

Uría confirmed that it is testing all its members in all locations, and said that the results will influence any reopening decisions. 

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