As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the U.S., some law firms are halting previous plans to encourage a return to the office in 2020 and are instead urging workers to stay home.

But even with the number of individuals commuting to offices dipping further, some firm leaders say they don’t anticipate that the rising number of infections to have an impact on their bottom line.

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