Duane Morris, an international law firm with Philadelphia roots, has cut about 18% of its marketing and business development staff, making staff reductions that echo moves at other firms in recent months. Most of the eliminated jobs were in Philadelphia, where the bulk of the department's staff is based, but some were in other offices, including Chicago. John Soroko, who became chairman this year, said in an interview that he thought the firm could do the same level of marketing and business development work with fewer people.
Duane Morris cuts marketing, business development staff
The National Law Journal
August 25, 2008
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