The Am Law 200 reversed course in 2016, posting gains in gross revenue after experiencing a decline in 2015. But that average gain of 1.2 percent, coupled with similar increases in revenue per lawyer and profits per equity partner, masked some weakness in many firms’ results. As our overview story shows, a “hollow middle” is emerging.
Midrange firms face a growing dilemma: If your firm isn't either top-tier or super cheap, how will you attract clients?
ALM Intelligence senior analyst Nicholas Bruch breaks down the Am Law 200 results.
Diversity among more than 200 of the largest law firms in the country remained nearly flat between 2015 and 2016, our annual report on law firm diversity shows. A number of general counsel, fed up with that stagnation, have implemented programs aimed at pushing law firms to real action.
How a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigation turned the chief legal officer of Bio-Rad Laboratories into the company's chief legal adversary.
Five years after Dewey & LeBoeuf's spectacular collapse, five of its lawyers look back.
King & Spalding's Bobby Burchfield takes on a huge job: ethics counsel for Trump's businesses.
A Diversity Lab study of more than 400 successful lawyers found that they had some surprising traits in common.