Duane Morris saw a 5.4 percent increase in gross revenue in 2009 thanks to some timely contingency fee payouts and an overall increase in billable hours for the year, the firm said.

Gross revenue grew from $368 million in 2008 to $387.7 million in 2009, putting the firm back ahead of its 2007 revenue performance of $375 million.

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