For the most part, large Pennsylvania law firms kept their proverbial heads down as they tried to plow through what they hoped would be a stabilizing, if not improving, 2010.

The constant news of layoffs or salary decreases subsided, but they haven’t yet been replaced by continual news of law firm mergers or big acquisitions. The beginning of 2010 started off with a flurry of lateral acquisitions after 2009 showed almost none. But that activity didn’t quite carry throughout the year.

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