Cahill Gordon & Reindel, whose finances float with the capital markets, took a slight hit to its bottom line as a result of economic volatility in 2015.

The firm’s gross revenue dipped 4.1 percent, to $364.5 million, while net income dropped 7.1 percent, to $208 million. Profits per partner were also down last year, slipping another 7.1 percent, to $3.36 million, while revenue per lawyer inched up 0.4 percent, to $1.17 million.

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