The prospect of a possible recession loomed at the beginning of 2001, and the firms in this year’s “Tribune 10″ survey of law firm revenues were worried.

It was the kind of worry that led to action. At Day, Berry & Howard, the state’s largest firm, rookie managing partner James Sicilian wielded a sharp pencil. Expenses were cut, support staff was trimmed and billing rates were pushed upward.

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