Uncertainty Remains for When Upstate NY Law Firms Can Reopen | New York Law Journal

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By Ryan Tarinelli 


The timeline for allowing upstate New York law firms to return to in-office work continued to remain unclear Friday morning.

The confusion comes after Gov. Andrew Cuomo suggested in a radio interview Thursday that international experts would have to analyze COVID-19 data and sign off on regions moving into phase two of the state's reopening plan. 

"The reopening in the first five regions ends tomorrow," the Democrat said during that interview. "When the reopening of phase one ends, we'll give the experts all the data. It's posted on the web but let them analyze it. And if they say we should move forward, we move forward."



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