Katten Muchin Rosenman has announced it will be bringing back or permanently separating from all of its previously furloughed staff, and in the process will also be letting some attorneys go, a statement from the firm confirmed. 

The firm said that as part of its continuing multiyear strategic plan, it “made the difficult decision to separate from a limited number of our attorneys and from some business professionals who have been on furlough.”

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