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DOWNSIZING – Law firms in New York trying to adjust to business in the COVID-19 era are cutting staff. Jack Newsham reports that two firms—400-lawyer Goldberg Segalla and 50-lawyer Belkin Burden Goldman—have laid off staff in recent days, and Belkin Burden is also cutting salaries. Robinson Brog, a midsize New York firm, has also made staff cuts recently.

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