Lawyers and staff may have little hopes of getting significant work done as vote counts continue to develop in the presidential election, but they’re looking to “reduce distractions” and keep the business humming while awaiting results.

The race is incredibly close as battleground states that President Donald Trump flipped in 2016 continue to count mail-in ballots. Political observers say full results may not be available until later this week, depending on who wins the earlier reporting states such as Georgia and Michigan.

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