Wolf Block saw increases in all of its major financial indicators and would have seen more had its fiscal year not ended Jan. 31, according to the firm’s chairman.
Mark Alderman said Wolf Block’s latest financial report would have been stronger if it concluded 90 days earlier, but the firm was still pleased with a 10 percent increase in revenue, 5 percent jump in revenue per lawyer (RPL) and 3.5 percent increase in profits per equity partner (PPP).
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