Crowell & Moring had a banner year in 2009. Gross revenue jumped 14.5 percent, climbing from $296 million to $339 million. Revenue per lawyer increased by 9 percent to $809,231. Kent Gardiner, the firm's chairman, attributed the surge in revenue to strong litigation, antitrust and government contracts practices. He also credited greater use of alternative billing arrangements with helping the firm bring in new clients and receive additional business from existing clients.
Alternative Billing Boosts Robust 2009 Figures at Crowell & Moring
The National Law Journal
February 24, 2010