Now that Joseph R. Biden has been projected as the president-elect of the United States, months and months of speculation has given way to a more clear picture of likely federal-level changes, and which legal practice areas stand to benefit from those changes.

Several industry experts and law firm leaders weighed in on what they expect as the Biden administration begins to take shape. They expect additional work in tax, regulatory and enforcement, state attorneys general, M&A and white-collar practices.

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