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Demand for remote and mobile working is on the rise. By the end of the decade employers may be locked into a culture where it is expected, as with company cars in the 1980s. If there is ever a huge upswing in demand, law firms will be hit heavier than most other businesses because they are for the most part brim-full of highly intelligent, ambitious and lavishly remunerated ‘information workers’ who know what they want and see mobile working as a lifestyle issue.

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