Bloomberg Law
March 30, 2020, 10:25 PM

Womble Bond Dickinson Layoffs, Pay Cuts Follow Challenging Year

Meghan Tribe
Meghan Tribe
Reporter

Trans-Atlantic law firm Womble Bond Dickinson has furloughed and laid off members of its workforce and reduced compensation for some attorneys and staff in response to the coronavirus outbreak, but sources say the firm had faced financial headwinds entering 2020.

The firm of about 550 lawyers said Monday in a statement it had made the moves in response to the economic disruption brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. The cuts were first reported by Above the Law.

It has furloughed some selected employees for 60 days and let go another small group, it said, though the firm declined to comment ...

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