Two more New York law firms have laid off some staff amid the coronavirus pandemic, citing the strain from courthouse closures and emergency orders to shut down offices.

Goldberg Segalla, an Am Law 200 firm that has more than 400 lawyers and is known for its insurance defense work, and Belkin Burden Goldman, a firm of about 50 lawyers focused on real estate, have both cut staff in recent days, sources said, with Belkin Burden also cutting salaries.

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