Global law firms Norton Rose Fulbright and Dentons are fully or partially rescinding pay cuts enacted for U.S. employees earlier this year, the firms said, citing better-than-expected financial results during the pandemic.
Norton Rose Fulbright staff and lawyers will see their pay fully restored on Sept. 30, U.S. managing partner Jeff Cody said in a statement Friday. Dentons, the largest law firm in the world by head count, is partially restoring its pay cuts but also launching a voluntary retirement program for U.S.-based staffers.
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