The Am Law 100, the Early Numbers: Dewey & LeBoeuf Revenues, PPP Edge Higher
Dewey & LeBoeuf announced that revenues and profits were both up slightly in 2011. Revenues grew by 2.8 percent, but expenses increased, the firm noted. Profits per equity partner posted a 1 percent overall increase. "It was an okay year," chairman Steven Davis says. "We would have liked it to be a better year."
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