Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has made a round of redundancies in London, it has emerged, following its announcement that 35 of its U.S. lawyers would be cut in the wake of faltering debt markets.

Between five and 10 support staff from the New York law firm’s London arm have been made redundant, although it is understood the office is strongly resisting any lawyer redundancies in the U.K.

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