Cozen O’Connor had a strong financial showing in 2011, bringing in historic highs for the firm when it came to gross revenue, revenue per lawyer (RPL) and profits per equity partner (PPP), according to preliminary numbers from the firm.

Gross revenue jumped 6 percent from $277.5 million in 2010 to $294 million in 2011. Last year’s revenue was higher than in 2009, when the firm’s revenue soared 22 percent to nearly $291 million thanks to a contingency fee.

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