With Florida setting a record Thursday for new coronavirus cases, law firms are taking different approaches to returning to office operations under looser business restrictions after most employees sheltered in place for three months.

GrayRobinson, with 14 Florida offices, wants everyone back in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale offices starting Monday after the Orlando office “reboarded” Monday. The eight-office Shutts & Bowen is about half-staffed. The coronavirus committee at the 175-attorney Kelley Kronenberg opted to open all 11 offices Monday at 25% capacity, all volunteers.

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