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Esquire at Home: When Law Firms Go Remote

Washington Lawyer

01 Jul 2020

Joe Palmore, managing partner of MoFo’s Washington, D.C. office, was featured in Washington Lawyer’s coverage of how law firms in D.C. made the transition to working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Joe, MoFo took the early warning signs from Asia seriously after the Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore offices shifted to remote operations. “We were able to take advantage of that experience and talk to our colleagues in Asia about how they fared and how to manage the process,” he said.

He noted that reminding employees to have video chats or pick up the phone has helped with adjusting to the new normal, adding that “it’s important to maintain that live human connection.”

Read the full article (begins on page 12).



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