Two months to the day after announcing a series of COVID-19-related cost-cutting measures, including salary reductions, partner payout holds and furloughs, Chicago-founded Katten Muchin Rosenman has decided to make some of those furloughs permanent, a firm representative said. 

The firm said it will be enacting a “separation agreement” with many of its furloughed business administration staff, and that the layoffs would not affect any attorneys at any level.

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