Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton is instituting pay reductions for all lawyers and staff, while furloughing some employees who can’t work remotely, in anticipation of further economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

Kilpatrick has temporarily cut partner draws by an average of 10%, effective April 7, and it will reduce pay by 5% for other lawyers and staff as of April 16, the Atlanta-based firm told the Daily Report in a statement. Secretaries, who are hourly employees, will have their work time reduced by 20% as of April 20.

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