Much like their Am Law 100 counterparts, Second Hundred firms struggled in 2009 under the twin burdens of decreased transactional work and increased client sensitivity to litigation costs. Even with their oft-touted lower leverage and lower billing rates, Second Hundred firms, as a group, were just as vulnerable to the economic downturn as Am Law 100 firms were.


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