At the onset of the pandemic this spring, New York firm Cullen and Dykman laid off and furloughed more than 30 people and instituted pay cuts across the board. The 180-attorney firm also took out a multimillion-dollar Paycheck Protection Loan, government records show.

In the last month, the firm has fully reinstated lawyer and staff pay, while some of the furloughed employees have been brought back, said managing partner Christopher Palmer. The firm has seen solid performance and collections, he said, adding, “We’re able to finish the year stronger than we would have thought back in April.”

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