It’s news any firm leader would like to report: revenue at an all-time high, profits per partner up by 15 percent, surprise year-end bonuses for everyone and three new big-name clients. Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry has hit a sweet spot.

“It’s across the board our best year,” said Wayne Risoli, the Houston-based managing shareholder, said of 2014, which saw revenue grow to $77.5 million. “Every ­section in the firm had an uptick in work and started getting more and more Fortune 500 work.”

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