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Wolf BlockEckert Seamans will lay off 119 of 200 temporary attorneys at its Pittsburgh document coding center.

The layoffs will be final by July 1st.

In April, the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania office of Eckert Seamans hired 12 lawyers from the defunct Wolf Block.

  
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Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC is a national full-service law firm based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with two offices located in the Pittsburgh area and eight other offices located throughout the eastern United States.



 

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