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Dechert Grows Revenue 6.6 Percent, PPP 2.4 Percent
The Legal Intelligencer
January 30, 2014

Dechert saw a 6.6 percent rise in gross revenue to $777 million in 2013—a year that was spent digesting the office expansion and lateral growth of 2012. Full Text

Pepper Hamilton Grows Revenue 5.4 Percent
The Legal Intelligencer
February 3, 2014

Pepper Hamilton saw its revenue jump by 5.4 percent in 2013, despite what CEO Scott Green characterized as an “investment year” for the firm. The firm’s revenue grew from about $354.5 million in 2012 to $373.5 million in 2013. Full Text

Revenue Dips, PPP Rises as Blank Rome Cuts Partner Ranks
The Legal Intelligencer
February 10, 2014

Blank Rome’s gross revenue fell 2.6 percent to $320.5 million in 2013 while other key metrics rose as overall headcount fell and the equity partner tier was cut by 16.4 percent. Full Text

K&L Gates Revenue Up 9.3 Percent, RPL Down 5 Percent
The Legal Intelligencer
February 24, 2014

After remaining flat between 2011 and 2012, Pittsburgh-based K&L Gates saw its revenue grow by about 9.3 percent in 2013, a year that saw the firm’s financials impacted significantly by its Jan. 1, 2013, merger with Australia-based Middletons. Full Text

Reed Smith Grows Revenue 6.1 Percent, PPP 5.5 Percent
The Legal Intelligencer
March 7, 2014

In a year in which Reed Smith underwent a major leadership change, the firm finished out 2013 with a 6.1 percent rise in gross revenue and a 5.5 percent increase in partner profits. Full Text

Ballard Spahr Financial Metrics Down Slightly in 2013
The Legal Intelligencer
March 13, 2014

Ballard Spahr experienced less than a 1 percent decrease in all of its key financial metrics in 2013 in a year firm leadership said was a reminder of the importance of project management. Full Text

Cozen O’Connor Revenue Dips 1.3 Percent, PPP Rises 1.4 Percent
The Legal Intelligencer
March 19, 2014

Cozen O’Connor saw a 1.3 percent decline in gross revenue in 2013 as its headcount dropped nearly 3 percent in a year that saw a number of attorneys leave the firm in places such as Chicago and Philadelphia. Full Text