Hogan Lovells is encouraging its Paris-based staff to return to the office and “get used to coming back to work in the physical premises,” the firm’s Paris managing partner has said ahead of the French government’s move to ease the country’s lockdown.

The firm, which numbers 300 people in Paris including 150 lawyers, will be “fully open” on June 2, office leader Xenia Legendre said, with social distancing and hygiene precautions in place.

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