Editor’s Note: The Metaverse may soon become the Internet of the future—while being a grand new frontier of technological development, it poses legal opportunities as well as challenges. This two-part series is taking a closer look at how plainitffs firms are conquering this virtual new world. 

A growing number of plaintiffs firms are contemplating a virtual office in the metaverse, potentially joining a space predicted to see massive uptake in just the next several months .

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