While many have marveled at how the legal industry has adapted to remote work amid the COVID-19 pandemic and predicted working from home more often as the new normal, not everyone is sold on it, and some are actively pushing to get back to the office.

Greenberg Traurig co-president Brad Kaufman made an active and impassioned argument to go back in an op ed Aug. 25, citing the engagement and personal interactions that don’t exist via video as drivers for returning.

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