Law firms in every segment of the market are hiring cybersecurity and privacy laterals and launching new practices, as more of their clients become aware of their vulnerabilities while working remotely.

For large firms, this means growing what is already an established practice. For some midsize firms, it means creating a practice group or bulking up what had been a niche expertise into a more sizable team. And for one firm in Pennsylvania that recently hired from a local competitor, it’s the entire business.

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