Baker McKenzie’s London office reopens after employee tests negative for coronavirus

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Sent staff home on Thursday

The London office of Baker McKenzie has reopened following concerns about a potential outbreak of coronavirus.

Last week the global outfit shuttered its City HQ as a “precautionary measure” when an employee had become unwell after recently returning to the UK from northern Italy.

A spokesperson for Bakers said:

“We’re delighted to confirm that our employee has tested negative for the COVID-19 virus and our London office has re-opened today. Our priority is the health and wellbeing of our people and our clients, and we took these pre-emptive measures out of an abundance of caution.”

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The update follows the news that magic circle outfit Linklaters was asking all staff returning from affected regions, either for work or leisure, to work from home for a full 14 days.

The highly-infectious disease — which is said to have originated in Wuhan, China — has resulted in over 3,000 deaths from over 88,000 cases worldwide. The total number of UK cases stands at 36.

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Back to proofreading that SPA, Baker trainees…



Says the Freshfields page-turning trainee gimp lmaooooo



Says the guy that fained illness just for an extra day off because he couldn’t cope with the workload and will probably be working in Yo Sushi in 3 months.



Alright pal here we go

1. Feigned okay it’s feigned FEIGNED

2. Yo! Sushi has an exclamation mark in it

3. I don’t think it’s really the worst place to work but I can’t see a corporate lawyer ending up in a sushi place to be honest – bit of a weird joke/insult/comment



children, children


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