Mayer Brown to cut 55 City jobs and freeze pay
Mayer Brown has revealed that is set to restructure its London office, a move which could see the loss of 55 jobs.The firm is expecting to lose up to 23 associates and 32 support staff, including secretaries, as a result of the restructuring, which is likely to hit transactional areas such as corporate and real estate the hardest.On top of the cuts, the firm is also instituting a firmwide pay freeze for staff and associates and is asking for trainees due to start at the firm in September 2010 to volunteer to defer.
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