Mayer Brown had a largely flat fiscal year in 2010, according to figures reported by the firm.

Gross revenue at the 1645-lawyer firm was down for the second year in a row, dropping one percent to $1.107 billion in 2010 after plummeting almost 14 percent in 2009. Average profits per equity partner inched up one percent to $1.07 million. Mayer Brown’s profit margin remained static at 26 percent.

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