As measures intended to control the spread of the novel coronavirus continue to develop, law firms in New Jersey, like their counterparts in other markets, are implementing their own forms of social distancing.

For most firms, remote work is nothing new. Still, there are adjustments, particularly for staff, and the fluid situation has firms making those adjustments on the fly—and working to field client questions on the subject at the same time.

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