Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone has reduced its head count by at least nine lawyers, according to a Friday statement on Above the Law, another instance of an Am Law 200 firm that has laid off attorneys even after receiving millions of dollars in an SBA loan.

The Detroit-based firm laid off one principal and six non-principals, including three associates, the statement said. The firm furloughed two additional full-time attorneys, including one associate.

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