Lawyers, Courts Grapple With Work During Storm
Law firms and the courts scrambled this morning to keep employees safe and to maintain some semblance of normal operations as waters lapped over Manhattan sea walls. Courts and some firms closed, but many lawyers came to work and others worked remotely. But howling winds were a reminder that it was uncertain how long power would be available.
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