DLA Piper has posted an 18 percent drop in profits per equity partner for 2009-2010 after a year in which the firm was severely impacted by market turmoil in the Middle East.

The U.K. top 10 firm saw PEP fall to 527,000 pounds from last year’s figure of 645,000 pounds, while turnover remained relatively static, dropping by just 1 percent from the total of 581 million pounds taken in during 2008-2009.

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