Despite the economic downturn, revenue and profits remain on an upward trajectory at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, according to the firm, which has released its financials for 2009.

Gross revenue rose nearly 4 percent to $995 million, marking the best income performance in the firm’s history. Profits per equity partner (PPP) also increased, albeit by a more modest 1.6 percent, to 1.905 million. “In the context of what was happening,” says firm Chairman Kenneth Doran, “it was an extraordinarily strong year for us.”

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