Last week, Florida-based Greenspoon Marder let go of dozens of employees and several lawyers, and instituted staff payroll cuts firmwide in anticipation of revenue shortfalls.

Greenspoon confirmed Wednesday that the firm laid off five attorneys and 40 staff members, and cut staff salaries across the board, making it the first Florida-founded Am Law 200 firm to publicly acknowledge layoffs in response to the novel coronavirus.

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