Reed Smith reached the $1 million profits per equity partner mark in 2009 with a 7 percent increase. But while revenues could have reached the $1 billion milestone with a mild rise, they instead dipped by 3.8 percent, to $942 million.

“It was a really tough year,” says managing partner Gregory Jordan. “Demand was way down, and we had to make a lot of tough decisions.”

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