The St. Louis firm continued to expand its operations both nationally and worldwide. Year-end tax changes resulted in a noticeable increase in client work for the firm, according to Atlanta managing partner Thomas R. McNeill. In 2013, we continue to see an expansion in transactional activity fueled by pressures on the private equity market and the robust public securities market, said McNeill. "In addition, significant legal work will continue to arise from the continuing complexities of the mortgage industry and commercial finance restructuring."
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*Variances shown are in comparison to 2011.
|Revenue per Lawyer||$630,000|
|Profit per equity partner||$745,000||3.2%|
|Atlanta size rank among firms offices||No. 3|
Kimberly-Clark Corp., Neenah Paper, Omega Healthcare Investors Inc., Reliance Trust, Shaw Industries Group Inc., Global Aviation Holdings Inc., The Langdale Co.
Atlanta (91), Boulder, Colo. (12), Charlotte, N.C. (13), Chicago (60), Colorado Springs, Colo. (14), Dallas (21), Denver (64), Frankfurt, Germany (4), Hamburg, Germany (8), Hong Kong (0), Irvine, Calif. (30), Kansas City, Mo. (72), London (319), Los Angeles (8), New York (128), Paris (9), Phoenix (41), San Francisco (37), Santa Monica, Calif. (57), Shanghai (5), Singapore (1), St. Louis (223), Washington (61)
Bryan Cave merged with Colorado-based Holme, Roberts & Owen and picked up four new offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder and Los Angeles, which became effective Jan. 1, 2012. The firm also opened an office in Frankfurt, Germany, but lost its office in Milan when three partners left to join an independent Italian firm.
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