When Cozen O’Connor’s New York leaders committed to a new Manhattan office lease in late 2019, they had no way of anticipating the health crisis on the horizon that would force employees to work from home and foster in many of them a preference for remote work.

Yet as a firm that prides itself on its in-person working environment, firm leaders are looking for a long-term solution to get the most out of their space. Providing food, strongly suggesting certain schedules and retooling single offices into shared spaces have been tried, but firm leaders say they are still in an experimental phase.

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