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PannoneLaw firm Pannone has laid off 35 staff, and is asking employees to voluntarily work a four-day week.

The layoffs affected administrative and support staff in the firm’s real estate and corporate practices.

Founded in 1852, Manchester, UK’s Pannone LLP  is a full service law firm with 380 solicitors, 92 partners and a total staff of 780, who all work within specialist teams focusing on the niche work carried out by their department. Headquartered in Manchester, Pannone has satellite offices in Alderley Edge and Hale.

  
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