How much time to spend at the office and how to research the law are questions that can cause tensions between different generations of attorneys at big law firms.

But technology and, now, the recession have changed the rules for all generations — from those trying to establish careers at big firms to those trying to preserve them, said panelists at an event, “Four Generations in the Workplace,” hosted by Fish & Richardson last week.

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