Building on two decades of growth, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher posted increases in its 2016 financial results, as its gross revenue surpassed $1.6 billion while profits per equity partner grew by nearly 3 percent.

Kenneth Doran of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Gibson Dunn chairman and managing partner Ken Doran described 2016 as an “active” and “fabulous” year for the firm. He said it was the 21st consecutive year of revenue growth for Gibson Dunn, and the 20th consecutive year of increased profits.

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