Like many other big firms, Minneapolis-based Dorsey & Whitney reduced its partner draws at the beginning of the pandemic.

When demand didn’t drop as sharply as the firm had anticipated, it began building up its cash reserves, managing partner Bill Stoeri says. It has since gone back to its standard partner distributions, and if the firm continues on the same trajectory through the end of the year, it will be able to maintain its usual discretionary bonuses.

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