Goldberg Segalla, which laid off some personnel this spring during the pandemic-induced shutdowns, said Monday it is seeking to rehire “certain staff” across its departments. The firm said it will also restore partner draws and salaries of senior administrative leaders to pre-pandemic levels.

The pay restorations are effective Tuesday, the Buffalo-based firm said, noting the firm had reduced partner draws and certain senior administrative salaries when it implemented its business continuity plan in late March. “The restoration of partner draws and administrative salaries is slightly ahead of schedule based on earlier, conservative forecasts,” the firm’s statement said.

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