The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) is not immune to the financial troubles hitting both the economy at large and the legal technology industry more specifically. On Wednesday, the industry organization announced that it has laid off eight of its 41 full-time employees, and furloughed five others.

ILTA CEO Joy Heath Rush told assembled media that the layoffs come primarily from back-office functions that do not face the general association population or business partners. The furloughs, meanwhile, are focused on in-person events for which there is no current business function, with no end date for the furloughs currently scheduled.

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