Philadelphia-based Drinker Biddle & Reath grew its revenue by about 1.7 percent and its profits per equity partner (PPP) by about 0.7 percent in 2012 in what executive partner Andrew C. Kassner calle
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...has taken off since it added 11 attorneys from 16-lawyer Reish & Reicher in Los Angeles in March of last year. The group joined...
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A recent report from the consulting firm Altman Weil that shows an increasing number of law firm mergers across the country, while also showing a decrease in the size of such deals, seems to comport
Drinker Biddle & Reath saw only a slight rise in gross revenue in 2010, but was able to significantly increase revenue per lawyer and partner profits in 2010 through what its executive partner called
... has announced it will add 11 attorneys from 16-lawyer Reish & Reicher in Los Angeles, including the firm's two name partners, on...
...Reath has announced it will add 11 attorneys from 16-lawyer Reish & Reicher in Los Angeles, including the firm's two name partners, on...
...based Drinker Biddle & Reath will add 11 attorneys from 16-lawyer Reish & Reicher in Los Angeles, including the firm's two name partners, on...
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