We’ve all read numerous updates how companies prepared for and subsequently geared up to support us during the pandemic. Most law firms and corporate law departments have seemingly arrived at their various “remote working” destinations.

Now that we’ve all learned to use our hampers as desks and to mute our phones during a Zoom meeting, it’s time to shift our focus. It’s now beneficial to examine some long-term implications of our new work world, both tactical and cerebral.

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