As the current health pandemic enters it eighth month, Big Law continues to come up with new safety protocols and procedures in how to safely deal with opening its offices.

In March, Gov. Ned Lamont declared law offices essential businesses, meaning they could remain open during the crisis if they chose to. Most chose to remain closed early on with some forms of a hybrid work schedule months down the road.

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