NY Firms Make Do After Sandy Ravages Downtown Offices

Law360, New York (November 6, 2012, 11:10 PM EST) -- Like thousands of private citizens, several New York law firms were left homeless by Superstorm Sandy last week, prompting attorneys to find some creative solutions to what quickly became a run on office space.

A number of firms based in lower Manhattan, which was without power for much of the Oct. 29 workweek, migrated uptown, renting out spare conference rooms or quickly remaking what had been Midtown outposts into full-fledged office operations.

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP did the latter. The firm’s headquarters at 125 Broad St.,...
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