The merger with Klett Rooney Lieber & Schorling could vault Buchanan Ingersoll into the Am Law 100 this year. The merged firm shows a 40 percent increase in gross revenue during 2006, compared with Buchanan Ingersoll's pre-merger numbers in 2005. Firm CEO Thomas L. VanKirk said the firm also had strong organic growth in certain practice areas, including corporate finance, IP and complex litigation.
Buchanan Ingersoll's Gross Revenue Jumps Post-Merger
The Legal Intelligencer
February 7, 2007
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