Pa. Am Law 200 Firms Show Varying 10-Year Results

, The Legal Intelligencer


In 2002, Am Law 200 firms in Pennsylvania were slowly starting to creep out of the 2001 dot-com recession, thinking again about how they would grow revenue and profits. Ten years and another recession later, those firms were certainly successful at reaching all-time financial highs, but some hit their peaks a few years ago and the gap between the rich and not-as-rich has widened.

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Originally appeared in print as What Difference Does a Decade Make? Pa. Am Law 200 Firms Show Varying 10-Year Results

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