Dentons has joined the growing list of firms reducing compensation to shore up finances amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, with partner draws in the U.S. being cut by a minimum of 20% and staff and attorney salaries being trimmed by a maximum of 20%.

As part of a wider package of measures, the U.S. arm of the global firm also has announced 90-day furloughs for a small fraction of its business services staff. It’s also abbreviating its summer associates program and moving it online, while also delaying the start date of incoming associates to January 2021.

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