The Philadelphia-based firm, which opened its local office in 2000, experienced a second straight year of tepid revenue growth. Over the summer, the firm moved from Atlantic Center Plaza to a 28,500-square-foot space at 12th & Midtown, the mixed-use development at 1075 Peachtree St. N.E. Earlier last year, the firm named local managing partner Louis N. “Woody” Jameson as head of the firm’s intellectual property practice. He succeeded Lewis F. Gould Jr., who led the group for 12 years. Matthew C. Gaudet, also in Atlanta, was named co-leader of the IP practice’s litigation subgroup.
—Reported by Am Law
*Variances shown are in comparison to 2011.
|MONEY|| || |
|Revenue per Lawyer||$685,000||2.2%|
|Profit per equity partner||$875,000||1.7%|
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|Atlanta lawyers||21/3%||4|| |
|Atlanta size rank among firm’s offices|| ||No. 10|
Audiovox Corp., Broadcom Corp., Cisco Systems Inc., General Electric Co., Global Partners LP, Graybar Electric Co. Inc., Hanel Co. Ltd, Harris Corp., Heineken N.V., Liberty Mutual Holding Co. Inc., Lockheed Martin Corp., NetApp Inc., Safeway Inc., Sears Holdings Corp., Walgreen Co.
Source: ALM Legal Intelligence
Atlanta (21), Baltimore (18), Boca Raton, Fla. (7), Boston (29), Cherry Hill, N.J. (24), Chicago (39), Hanoi, Vietnam (5), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (2), Houston (12), Lake Tahoe, Calif. (2), Las Vegas (4), London (8), Los Angeles (10), Miami (22), Newark, N.J. (15), New York (83), Philadelphia (169), Pittsburgh (13), San Diego (27), San Francisco (54), Singapore (12), Washington (32), Wilmington, Del. (7).
Atlanta—Joseph M. Bennett-Paris, intellectual property, to Cozen O’Connor; Eric Berezin, labor and employment, to Ogletree Deakins.