Greenberg Traurig grows revenue and partner profits as firm gears up for efficiency push
US firm posts 4% revenue rise alongside 5% increase in PEP
Greenberg Traurig has continued to make steady gains in 2016, with revenue growing more than 4% to nearly $1.4bn (£1.1bn).
However, the full-service firm, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, plans to take a break from expanding in 2017 and will instead concentrate on efficiency and profitability. It is taking a wait-and-see approach, said firm executive chairman Richard Rosenbaum – in part because of the political climate and concerns about a move away from globalisation.
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