Revenue at Quinn Emanuel was $441.9 million in 2008, up 15 percent from the prior year. Profits jumped 10 percent, to $260 million. Profits per partner -- already near the top of the Am Law 100 in 2007 -- rose 11 percent to $3.3 million. According to managing partner John Quinn, lawyers racked up an average of 200 hours a month during a peak period. A major case for the firm in 2008 was the Bratz copyright trial, in which Quinn Emanuel successfully represented Mattel against MGA Entertainment, maker of a competing doll.
Quinn Emanuel Sees Double-Digit Growth in Revenue, Profits
The American Lawyer
January 30, 2009