Powell Goldstein has trimmed staff and associates in response to the economic squeeze affecting many Atlanta law firms.

“As a result of the overall economy and its effect on law firms we have reduced our staff by a few people in each administrative department across the firm, with the overall reduction totaling less than 10 percent of our administrative staff,” said the firm’s chairman, James J. McAlpin Jr.

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