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PLANS – Northeast regional firm Barclay Damon, with 300 lawyers, has announced its plans for reopening, making it one of the first sizeable firms in New York to lay out its strategy moving forward. Christine Simmons reports that the reopening of its 12 locations will allow some lawyers and staff to return to offices, if they choose, but also likely will include a permanent remote work option. The coronavirus pandemic has caused about “10 years of evolution in 10 weeks,” says managing partner John Langan.