Hogan Lovells is cutting compensation for all U.S. attorneys earning over $100,000 annually, citing uncertainties in the pandemic environment and a slowdown on global economic activity.
The firm’s latest announcement comes three weeks after the firm said it would spread partner distributions and bonuses initially scheduled for May over the coming months.
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