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Hanson Bridgett Hanson Bridgett offices in San Francisco. Photo: Jason Doiy/ALM

Hedged by a diverse suite of practice sections and a “dynamic” approach to expense management, Hanson Bridgett came into 2020 implementing many of the cash-preservation methods that would become widely adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Based in San Francisco, Hanson Bridgett saw year of strong growth in revenue and profitability, and it plans to use those resources to advance its California expansion strategy in 2021.

Gross revenue was up 7.1% from $114.1 million in 2019 to $122.2 million in 2020, which was 2% higher than what firm leaders projected, according to Hanson Bridgett chief financial officer Laura Long.

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Justin Henry

Justin Henry covers business news and trends at law firms, with a particular focus on the Pennsylvania market. Reach him at [email protected] or on Twitter @jstnhenry87

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