Deferred associates, possible layoffs, a shuffle in upper management: things are happening at Squire, Sanders & Dempsey.

According to a memo the firm sent to Above the Law, Squire Sanders is indefinitely deferring half of its incoming 2009 associate class and planning to let go of an additional 20 to 25 “timekeepers” firmwide.

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