Jenner & Block, a litigation-focused firm, is shifting between 15 and 20 of its equity partners to nonequity status this year with some being asked to leave the firm and a smaller number moving voluntarily toward retirement, according to people familiar with the discussions.

The firm’s management last month began to move forward with the plan to cut some of the equity partners during the next year or two, the sources said.

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