In a year that began with layoffs and other austerity measures at Husch Blackwell, the firm increased revenue by 9.7% to about $417.1 million while its profits per partner climbed 19.1%, to $774,000.

The Kansas City, Missouri-based firm had announced in April a combination of furloughs, layoffs and staff pay cuts to go along with fixed-income and equity partner compensation holdbacks amidst the uncertainty of the pandemic.

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