For attorneys and many other professionals, the phrase “home office” has taken on a new meaning during the COVID-19 pandemic. In very short order, the vast majority of attorneys have been forced to adjust to working entirely from home while attempting to provide the same quantity and quality of services as they previously provided with the luxury of the resources available at their office.

Technology has certainly allowed attorneys to cope with this unprecedented pandemic in ways that would have been unimaginable if a similar situation had arisen even just 10 or 20 years ago. However, even with all of the new tools available to attorneys, a number of questions remain regarding the ability of attorneys to take a “business as usual” approach when it comes to practicing law during the pandemic. Below are some key questions and concerns on the minds of attorneys.

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