U.K. Top 50 law firm Freeths has announced a series of changes to its U.K. office footprint including closing its premises in Stoke, meaning workers for the office will work remotely full time following the COVID-19 lockdowns.

Following a review of its office portfolio, the firm found that “while remote working is likely to remain a core element in the future”, it remains important for the firm to have office space. However, staff and lawyers at the firm’s Stoke base will now work remotely full-time following the retirement of the office’s managing partner Peter Gavin.

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