Roughly a month-and-a-half after California issued the first COVID-19 stay-at-home mandate in the U.S., with nearly all other states soon following, many lawyers and their staffers have likely settled into a routine for remotely working.

But while successful, the legal industry’s sudden shift to remote work didn’t include the significant data governance and tech considerations needed for a more permanent, long-term switch to telecommuting, industry observers warned.

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