...375.56. That represents an increase of 62 percent since 2005. But PPP at top firms still trails that of their U.S. counterparts by...
When law professor Kathleen Sullivan joined the upstart Quinn Emanuel in 2005, it wasn't clear that this unusual pairing would work. It has
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
New Jersey Law Journal
...some other large firms. Wells' data shows that firms with average profits per partner of at least $2 million saw their gross revenue rise...
...and the second has widened, gauged by both revenue per lawyer and profits per partner. The growth in the gap outpaced inflation for the decade...
The Daily Report
Atlanta will gain a new Am Law 100 firm, BakerHostetler, if a planned merger goes through with Philadelphia-based intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn, which has an Atlanta office
...fourth quarter, helping to propel their gross revenue, profits per equity partner (PPP) and revenue per lawyer (RPL) to perhaps higher-than-expected heights....
Philadelphia-based intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn is set to merge with 800-lawyer Baker & Hostetler pending a partnership vote, the firms confirmed to The Legal
A close look at the proposed combination of Patton Boggs and Locke Lord suggests there are reasons beyond mere size for both firms to consider joining forces
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