White & Case sees global PEP rocket while Dentons posts flat US revenue
White & Case grew its global profit per equity partner (PEP) by 10% in the last year to $1.87m (£1.14m), an increase of 27% since 2011. The results, announced by the firm today (12 February) also show global revenue increased 4% to $1.44bn (£875m) in 2013, on the back of 2012 earnings of $1.38bn (£840m). Revenue per lawyer also grew by 4.4% to $760,000 (£461,000).
White & Case grew its global profit per equity partner (PEP) by 10% in the last year to $1.87m (£1.14m), an increase of 27% since 2011.
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