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Last year was lackluster for Arnall Golden Gregory, after two previous years of double-digit profit increases and significant revenue jumps. “It was a very mixed year,” said managing partner Glenn Hendrix. “We started out the year very strong in the first quarter and we finished very strong. The fourth quarter of 2012 was our strongest quarter ever. But the middle six months really slowed down.” Transactions decreased and litigation slowed because a couple of big cases settled, Hendrix said. Profit dipped because of lower fee revenue from the Atlanta office and the absence of rent concessions, which had boosted profit in 2011 after the firm renewed its lease at Atlantic Station in mid-2011. The firm’s new Miami and Washington offices are doing well, Hendrix said.

—Reported by Meredith Hobbs

*Variances shown are in comparison to 2011.

MONEY    
Revenue $70,100,000 0.7%
Revenue per Lawyer $504,300 5.7%
Profit per equity partner $596,200 14%


LAWYERS
   
Total lawyers 139 7
Atlanta lawyers 127/91% 1  
Partners 77 1
Equity partners 40
Atlanta size rank among firm’s offices   No. 1

Clients

Costco, CryoLife, Griffin-American Healthcare REIT II, Horizon PCS, LakePoint Sports Development Group, Piedmont Healthcare, SavaSeniorCare, Sysco Corp.


 

Offices

Atlanta (127), Miami (4), Washington (8)


 

People

Came:
Atlanta—Chip Presten, corporate, from Schiff Hardin; David Marmins, litigation, from Balch & Bingham. Washington—Sara Lord, government investigations, from U.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of New York

Noteworthy
• AGG opened a Miami office in January 2012 focused on global logistics with four lawyers from Miami firm Hyman, Spector & Mars.
• The firm expanded its Washington office to 10 lawyers. Opened in 2011 with four lawyers, the office focuses on privacy law, consumer regulatory matters and government investigations.

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