Law firms all over the globe are constantly monitoring the state of the coronavirus pandemic and making adjustments to their plans to get people back in the office. Some of those plans vary when discussing lawyers versus staff—many of whom have expressed a reluctance to return to office life—and vary further when looking at different staff functions.

After releasing its return-to-office policy for attorneys Monday, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom has also set down some guidelines for its professional staff.

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