Squire Patton Boggs on Friday announced across-the-board pay cuts in the U.S. and overseas, along with furloughs of an undisclosed number of support staff, in response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

The firm said partners, as owners of the business, would take the biggest hit, via reduced profit distributions. Associates will see salaries cut by 20%, but bonuses will not be affected. Support staff will see cuts ranging from 10% to 20%, with higher earners subject to larger reductions. Some staff who either are currently underused or unable to do their jobs remotely will be subject to furloughs.

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