White & Case posts modest revenue gain in ‘year of investment’
White & Case saw gross revenue rise 4% to $1.33bn (£841m) in 2011, while profits per equity partner fell about 5% to $1.475m (£934,000), writes The AmLaw Daily. Preliminary results from the top 20 US law firm show that revenue per lawyer, meanwhile, stayed roughly even at $700,000 (£443,000). The firm is the latest in a line of major US practices to announce rises in revenue for the 2011 period despite lingering concerns regarding the global economy and a general slowdown in transactional activity in the second half of the year.
White & Case saw gross revenue rise 4% to $1.33bn (£841m) in 2011, while profits per equity partner fell about 5% to $1.475m (£934,000), writes The AmLaw Daily.
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