In the Bedminster, New Jersey, office of Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby, even before the new coronavirus was a concern, a significant chunk of the lawyers were in the office one day a week at most. The office is listed as the home location of 25 lawyers, but it only has room for about 20 people to work there. And that’s intentional.
And now that everyone at the firm is working remotely because of business shutdowns necessitated by the new coronavirus, even more “are all of a sudden realizing, hey, we’re actually really productive this way,” firm chair Andrew Indeck said.
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