Large law firms in Florida held their own financially for the most part in 2017. But that meant different things, depending on the size of the firm.

All but one Am Law 200 firm in Florida either kept or improved its ranking in 2017. But revenue growth was more pronounced at the state’s Am Law 100 firms. Among lower-ranked firms, other than fast-growing Greenspoon Marder, it was slower or nonexistent.

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