Well done Simon Bridges for slamming the major law firms who’ve taken millions of taxpayers money during the close-down, as commendably exposed by Stuff and the Herald.
If there’s one activity that can function for a time working from home, then that’s law.
Furthermore, the senior partner of one of these bludger outfits burbled to the media that it was so successful they’re thinking of doing it permanently to save office rentals.
Of course there’s a perfectly reasonable explanation for that mob putting their hand into taxpayers pocket, namely they don’t intend charging clients for the work they did from home during the lockdown. Where’s the Tui billboard when we need it?