Even once the fog of panic brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic lifts, attorneys may still find themselves working from home. In some cases, the savings on operating costs may be too great to give up. Children forced to attend school by remote learning may require an adult in the home for supervision. COVID-19, or some variation of it, could reappear. Either way, it is important that you understand and employ ethical measures at home as you would at the office. It may not be only your own conduct that you need be concerned with—your office staff and colleagues must be in compliance as well.
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