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Reports for the Law Journal’s annual firm finance coverage are coming in. Check back often to this page for the latest insights on firm revenue, net income and other metrics.

McElroy Deutsch Revenue Down 1.3 Percent; PPP Up 1 Percent
McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, after expanding aggressively earlier in the decade, saw attorney head count recede again in fiscal 2015—meaning a small decrease in revenue. Read more

Gibbons’ Revenue Dips 1.8 Percent; PPP Down by 6.6 Percent
Gibbons in Newark saw gross revenue decline by 1.8 percent, to $108 million, in fiscal 2015, due at least in part to a reduction in attorney ranks. Head count decreased by 8.8 percent, to 176, after hovering at or closer to 200 for much of the past decade. Read more

Lowenstein’s Revenue up 9.8 Percent, PPP Increases 14.3 Percent
Lowenstein Sandler, which in recent years has pulled away from McCarter & English as New Jersey’s top-grossing homegrown firm, is a strong bet to retain that status after marked improvements in its gross revenue and other financial metrics for fiscal 2015. Read more

An Early Look at the 2016 Am Law 100
Ahead of The American Lawyer’s final Am Law 100 and 200 rankings, see below for the latest early reports on 2015 financial results from The Am Law Daily and its regional affiliates. Check back for frequently updated coverage and analysis. Read more