Duane Morris reported a 9.8 percent increase in revenue for 2005, up from $264 million to $290 million, and an increase in its profits per equity partner by more than 18 percent, according to financial data provided to The Legal Intelligencer.

Firm Chairman Sheldon Bonovitz said the number of attorneys will also increase through a merger within the next few years, echoing comments he made last fall.

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