Here’s what law firms did for corporate clients to help during the pandemic

Here’s what law firms did for corporate clients to help during the pandemic

Pittsburgh — Law firms across the country proactively made multiple efforts to assist the legal departments of corporate clients during the pandemic.

Altman Weil, a Newtown Square-based consultancy, released its 21st annual survey of chief legal officers in late 2020. The 119 respondents at corporations nationwide said almost 90% of law firms offered information on pandemic issues such as state mandates and aspects of the Paycheck Protection Program.

Regional data was not available, but several Pittsburgh firms independently disclosed in the early days of the pandemic that they had started initiatives on their websites.

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