Cadwalader set to cut staff from London office
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft has confirmed that it is set to make redundancies in its London office following the walkout of seven partners last month. The firm said three lawyers, three paralegals and 10 support staff are subject to the redundancy consultation.A statement read: "Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft has today launched a redundancy consultation with certain employees in its London office, made up of both lawyers and support staff. We regret the potential loss of these talented professionals who have served the firm well. The firm remains committed to London and rebuilding the office."
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