The Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts on Friday laid out guidance saying law firms can stay open on a restricted basis so lawyers can continue to perform functions that courts have deemed to be “essential.”

The guidance, which has been approved by the Pennsylvania’s Office of General Counsel, clarifies an order that Gov. Tom Wolf issued late Thursday closing “non-essential” businesses. Wolf’s roiled some lawyers who believed their should be a carve-out for legal services.

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