The Am Law 100: the Early Numbers: At Dorsey & Whitney, Revenue Flat, Profits Dip
Stanching a two-year, 12 percent decline, Dorsey & Whitney saw its finances stabilize in 2011, according to reporting by The American Lawyer. The Minneapolis-based firm's gross revenue inched up 0.3 percent to $323.5 million, while profits per partner fell 0.9 percent to $560,000.
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