Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher posted a second consecutive year of double-digit growth in 2019, as the firm’s revenues crossed the $2 billion threshold for the first time.
Law.com reported Gibson Dunn chairman Kenneth Doran saying “It was a fabulous year.”
He said that the firm, founded in Los Angeles, closes in on a quarter-century of nonstop growth.
It’s profits per equity partner grew even more, up 12.4 per cent from 2018 to $3.76 million in 2019.
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