Hogan Lovells, which earlier this week changed the way it reports some of its financial results, is set to trim its U.S. business services ranks by more than 40 staffers as part of a voluntary retirement program.

The Global 100 firm confirmed last month that it would offer voluntary retirement to some 400 staffers in the U.S. who had been with Hogan Lovells for at least five years, while also seeking to shed another 90 jobs, including 12 legal support positions, as part of a U.K. restructuring plan.

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