After experiencing drops in its gross revenue and revenue per lawyer (RPL) in 2009, Saul Ewing was able to bolster both along with profits per partner (PPP) and average compensation for all partners in 2010 despite partnership tiers that remained nearly flat.

The firm’s gross revenue was $121 million last year, up 5.2 percent from $115 million in 2009.

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