Adjusting on the fly

As the coronavirus started to take hold and companies, including law firms in Chicago and throughout the U.S., started to announce their plans to work remotely, K&L Gates partner Daniel Farris was thinking of an equation: Computing + storage.If law firms — particularly Chicago’s big law operations — are working from remote locations, they may not be able to be fully operational because …

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