White & Case London results reveal 6.5% drop in revenues for 2010
White & Case has posted its London financial results for 2010, with the US firm's City revenues falling 6.5% over the year. The firm's London base saw turnover fall from $197m (£123m) in 2010 to $184m (£115m), while revenue per lawyer (RPL) grew by 5% to $814,000 (£509,000), up from $778,000 (£486,000) the previous year. The firm said in a statement: "The [revenue] reduction is 6.5% in dollar terms but 3% in local currency terms, taking into account foreign currency movements and the heavy mix of non-dollar revenue."
White & Case has posted its London financial results for 2010, with the US firm’s City revenues falling 6.5% over the year.
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