In-house counsel should consider what their employees are allowed to do while working from home when creating a re-exit plan as cases for the new coronavirus spike again and companies prepare for a second wave of the virus.

According to data gathered by Gartner Legal and Compliance in May and June, only 3% of in-house counsel indicated their companies have a re-exit plan finalized. More than half, at 53%, of respondents said they are in the middle of working on a re-exit plan.

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