The biggest changes in Cozen O’Connor’s financial performance for 2006 were in its profits per equity partner and number of equity attorneys.

The firm saw a 10.6 percent increase in its profits per equity partner (PPP), moving up from $470,000 in 2005 to $520,000 in 2006. After a static year as far as head count, with the firm hovering around 483 attorneys, the equity tier dropped by 11.8 percent, from 127 equity members in 2005 to 112 in 2006.

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