O’Melveny & Myers reported double-digit increases in revenue and profits per partner last year, reaping the benefits of focusing on key practice areas and geographical regions, Chairman Arthur Culvahouse Jr. said Monday.

Gross revenue rose 16 percent to $808 million, while profits per partner zoomed 23 percent to $1.6 million — on par with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Latham & Watkins, which reported financial results earlier this month. Revenue per lawyer was up 8 percent to $830,000, behind both Gibson and Latham, which each saw 9 percent growth in that category, with Gibson edging past the $1 million mark.

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