Northeast regional firm Barclay Damon says it is planning to reopen all 12 of its offices, allowing attorneys and staff to return while also keeping remote work as an option—possibly a permanent one—for those who prefer it.

The 300-attorney firm is one of the first law firms to announce its plans for reopening, offering an early sign of how firms will adjust moving forward. And much will be at stake: The coronavirus pandemic has caused about “10 years of evolution in 10 weeks,” managing partner John Langan said Tuesday, citing long-term changes in the workplace and how the firm will take up office space and approach adding new talent.

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