After Morrison & Foerster on Monday became the first firm we know of to cut California associate salaries, but leave New York the same, we checked in with a couple of other firms to see whether they agreed with MoFo’s thinking on the matter.

Bob Williams, chief talent officer at Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, got back to us and said his firm had grappled with the same issue.

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