Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer lawyers face a new challenge when the firm completes its move into 100 Bishopsgate office later this year. The firm is planning to operate an ‘office release system’ which means someone else can use your office if you are working remotely.
“If you’re not there, you give your office up”, said London managing partner Claire Wills of the office-wide rule.
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