Nixon Peabody confirmed on Thursday that it is laying off staff while also restoring some pay cuts for those still at the firm, joining a growing list of Big Law firms making the dual moves.

In May, the firm confirmed that it furloughed 5% of its associates and 25% of its staff while laying off another 5% of associates. Associates and counsel also took a 10% pay cut, and staff saw an across the board 20% salary reduction.

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