Dorsey & Whitney LLP is laying off a “limited number” of staff and attorneys across its U.S. and international offices and temporarily reducing pay for others by as much as 20% in an effort to address the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, Law360 reported. The firm announced Tuesday it is implementing a reduction of its workforce by laying off a “limited number” of employees and is cutting pay for nonpartner attorneys and staff by between 10% and 20% beginning in June, to continue through the end of the year. Those affected by the layoffs were offered severance or benefit arrangements, the firm said. The Minneapolis-based firm has 13 U.S. offices including Des Moines, and offices in China, Canada and England. The Des Moines office in 2019 employed 18 attorneys and 13 full-time staff, according to the 2020 Book of Lists.