A new survey by Canadian cloud-based legal software company Clio found that after an initial pandemic-fueled drop-off, more firms are taking on new matters in May than April. But they’re also more concerned about clients’ ability to pay than in the previous two months.

The survey, based on aggregated and anonymized data from tens of thousands of legal professionals, includes data collected in early April, late April, the beginning and end of May and the first week of June.

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