When the smoke clears from the wildfires burning across Northern California’s wine country—if it ever does—there will be a lot of work to help the region and its residents recover.

At least 29 people have died in the fires so far, and hundreds more are reported missing. The region’s legal industry has also been affected. The fires have destroyed employees’ homes, led local law firms to shutter offices, and disrupted operations as they try to give early guidance to clients in the region.

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