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Pay cuts, delayed partner distributions and layoffs took place at many law firms this spring in an immediate response to the economic turmoil during the coronavirus pandemic. Months later, conditions are ripe for a possible second wave of austerity measures to sweep through the legal industry, legal market observers said.

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