After days without phones and email following a cyberattack across Europe, DLA Piper’s U.S. operation is back up and running. 

The malicious software that caused the outage, called Petya, is thought to have originated in tax software used by companies and accountants in Ukraine. Once on a computer, the virus locked users out of that device’s data and asked for a $300 ransom payment. 

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