DLA Piper announced Tuesday that it is laying off 20 lawyers and 34 staff across its Asian offices in response to “the deteriorating economic climate.”

“This decision was not taken lightly, yet we believe it is one that is strategically and commercially responsible given the existing market environment,” Alastair Da Costa, the head of DLA Piper’s Asia practices, said in a statement.

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