Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner announced Wednesday that its partners and employees will take pay cuts as the economic downturn intensifies from the coronavirus pandemic.

The 1,400-lawyer trans-Atlantic firm, in the coming months, is deferring “portions of partner distributions as a first line of defense,” a joint statement from the firm’s leaders said. The firm has roughly 540 partners, including 274 equity partners.

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