A year after the firm first cracked the $2 billion threshold, Hogan Lovells continued to see revenues and profits increase in 2018.

The firm’s total global revenue grew 4 percent to $2.119 billion, while profits per equity partner climbed 7.6 percent to $1.38 million. Washington, D.C.-based CEO Steve Immelt said the firm was most focused on growing revenues per lawyer, a figure that rose 6 percent to $804,000.

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