The novel coronavirus has opened up a trove of potential liability issues for law firms, and those best prepared with the foresight and directness to deal with challenges that come with reopening—from clean and safe offices, to how to best communicate with employees—will best position themselves for a smooth transition, a special panel of the New Jersey State Bar Association has said.

That preparation is the mandate of a series of interactive reports collectively called “Roadmap to Resilience,” rolled out July 10 by the Committee on Law Firm Opening and Operations of the association’s Pandemic Task Force and published on the State Bar website Monday.

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