IN THE WAKE OF just-concluded semi- annual performance reviews of its lawyers, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has told approximately eight associates that their work is not meeting the firm’s performance standards, so they should begin looking for work elsewhere, chairman Robert Link said.
The cuts represent 4 percent of the firm’s 223 New York associates.
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