Renovated offices for the in-house legal department at Georgia-Pacific are serving as a case study for big law firms pondering how to bring lawyers and staff back together if the pandemic eases.

Tye Darland, the senior vice president and general counsel at the paper products giant, said several law firm leaders have asked him about the “hoteling” strategy implemented in 2018 and 2019 by the company for its 2,700 employees, including 120 in the legal department.

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