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ORANGE COUNTY-Rightsizing among law-firm tenants in Orange County continues to take place, but not at the level that was so common in the post-recession period between 2009 and 2012, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. While a year ago, many firms were still shedding excess space as a result of staffing cutbacks and others were attempting to renegotiate existing leases to take advantage of the market rent discounts, today leasing activity among law firms is quite different.

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