Bond, Schoeneck & King lawyer Jonathan Fellows’ legal practice was thrown upside down when New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo didn’t list law firms as an essential service excluded from “100% workforce reductions.”

“I never liked working from home,” Fellows said on a panel during the New York State Bar Association’s tech summit on Nov. 18. But “I started working from my dining room.”

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