Clifford Chance and DWF have banned their lawyers from working from printed documents during the coronavirus pandemic, as other firms implement new measures for hard copy usage while their lawyers work from home.

Client confidentiality is at the heart of many of these measures, according to several firms, with CC having banned the unnecessary printing of documents since March in a bid to discourage lawyers from leaving sensitive documents accessible within their home working spaces.

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