Baker & McKenzie has announced redundancies, cutting six of its New York associates as a result of the ongoing economic downturn. The international firm’s New York office houses around 140 lawyers, including 60 partners. The firm says the layoffs are part of a range of cost-cutting measures introduced in response to market conditions.
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