A high-profile plaintiffs employment firm is blazing a trail back to in-person work—one that factors in attorney tenure.

Sanford Heisler Sharp, a 50-lawyer firm with six offices, announced this week that more experienced lawyers will be expected to spend two or three days in the office each week while those with less experience will be asked to spend four days in person. The policy goes into effect Sept. 9.

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