Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton and Katten Muchin Rosenman are the two latest Big Law firms to roll back parts of their austerity measures enacted due to the pandemic, joining a series of other firms that have recently done the same.

In an email to staff obtained by The American Lawyer and confirmed by sources at the firm, Guy Halgren, chair of Sheppard Mullin’s executive committee, said this week that the firm “continues to outperform the model we adopted at the outset of the pandemic,” and as a consequence, the firm will be reducing some of its initial cuts. 

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