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Ice Miller Cutting Support Staff

Indianapolis law firm Ice Miller is cutting about 2% of its total workforce, a reduction that won’t include any attorneys and that the firm denies is a result of the current economic climate.

The cuts affect 14 positions from various support areas

Over the last few months, we have been engaged in a thorough review of all aspects of our business operations in an effort to increase efficiencies and productivity to better serve our clients. As a result of that review, we determined that we could consolidate some of our internal processes which resulted in much more efficient staffing requirements.

Comforting words.

Ice Miller LLP was founded in 1910 in Indianapolis, Indiana under the name of Henley Matson and Gates. The firm has offices in Indianapolis; Chicago and Lisle, Illinois; and Washington, DC. It employs 250 lawyers. As of 2008, Ice Miller was the 166th largest law firm in the United States.



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Working Mother magazine recognized the firm as one of the best places to work in 2007.

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  • Don

    FYI, Barnes & Thornbug, another large Indy firm, has quietly laid off attorneys due to a lack of work.