Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal saw profits per equity partner jump 15 percent to $827,000 in 2010, according to numbers reported by the firm. It was the first increase in PPP in three years. Gross revenue fell for the second consecutive year to $454.6 million in 2010, dropping nearly 8 percent from a 2008 peak of $492 million.

(Editor’s note: Following a change in our methodology for the 2011 Am Law 100 / Second Hundred, Sonnenschein’s 2009 numbers have been recalculated to reflect a full-year head count. All year-on-year percentage changes are based on those recalculated numbers. Given this, Sonnenschein’s recalculated profits per equity partner for 2009 are $720,000. Also, the 2010 financial results mark Sonnenschein’s last fiscal year as a single U.S. entity–in September, the firm merged with U.K. firm Denton Wilde Sapte.)

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