Like many companies across a variety of industries, law firms continue to struggle to determine appropriate return-to-office policies. Many firms already have mandated all practice groups to return to the office full-time, while others have decided to operate almost entirely remotely.
However, these policies must be weighed against the reality of the “Great Resignation” and the vital need to attract and retain top legal talent. Panitch Schwarze IP Practice Manager Miki Yamaguchi and Firm Administrator Krista Hart, SHRM-CP, recently authored an article discussing the benefits of remote work for an intellectual property law firm.
Published in Legal Management magazine, the article examines why IP law firms are particularly suited to operating in a remote work environment. Yamaguchi and Hart explain how rigid, one-size-fits-all return-to-office policies can hurt a firm’s ability to attract and retain top IP talent.
Read the full article here: “Leveraging Remote Work to Retain Top IP Talent in the Great Resignation”