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Midtown Manhattan, New York. Photo: Ryland West

Big law firms remain cautious about having lawyers and staff return to offices in Manhattan, with some firms such as Latham & Watkins and Shearman & Sterling planning to allow some personnel to return to New York offices this month. Meanwhile, other firms remain uncommitted to any timeline before Labor Day.

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Christine Simmons

Christine Simmons writes about the New York legal community and the business of law. Email her at [email protected] and find her on Twitter @chlsimmons

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