As COVID-19 cases rise and vaccination rates slow in the United States, some in the legal industry cited a potential issue for firms looking to get back into the office soon: friction between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated within their personnel.

For some firms, that return has become later as they adjust reopening plans to account for the recent spread. Some firms have perhaps eliminated the opportunity for annoyance between colleagues by placing strict policies around vaccination. 

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