The five full-service law firms in the Am Law 100 structured as Swiss vereins all grew their revenues in 2018, while also increasing their profitability.

While there is a threefold difference in size from Baker McKenzie to Squire Patton Boggs, the two firms—along with Hogan Lovells, DLA Piper, and Norton Rose Fulbright—all employ the same basic legal structure for integrating their operations around the globe.

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