Several large firms across the U.S. have publicly committed to avoiding layoffs despite the economic pressures imposed by the new coronavirus. It appears that a number of Pennsylvania-based firms also want to stay in that club, even if it requires other sacrifices.

Leaders of multiple Am Law 200 firms based in Pennsylvania came out early to say they enacted their cost-cutting measures of choice as part of a deliberate effort to avoid laying off employees.

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