Indy’s Bose McKinney Cuts 25
Posted Mar 26, 2009 7:13 PM CST
By Martha Neil
Bose McKinney & Evans announced today that it is eliminating 10 attorneys, two paralegals and 13 support staff members.
The layoffs, which represent 7 percent of the attorneys and 11 percent of the staff at the Indianapolis law firm, were made due to the difficult economy, managing partner Kendall Crook says in a written statement provided to the Indianapolis Star.
The firm, which is the city's fifth-largest, also cut 11 support staff in January, notes the Indianapolis Business Journal.