DLA Piper has drawn up a international remote-working policy that will allow all its people outside the U.S., including partners, to work two days per week away from the office, as it prepares for a post-COVID 19 future.

It has also restarted  partner profit distributions following a suspension earlier in the year introduced due to the pandemic, according to one London partner at the firm. 

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