Big Law has been cutting the budget for months now and eliminating perks and former necessities in order to preserve the bottom line. This is completely acceptable, but of course Big Law must not admit these cost-cutting measures are motivated by economic factors.

Nope — too smooth for that. Instead, Big Law is using the few employees left in the marketing department to craft creative and inspirational mass e-mails to disguise the harsh realities:

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