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Large firm view: 2012 revenue increases

Bryan Cave Chairman Don Lents says that expanded work and higher attorney headcount led to to a revenue increase at his firm. An early look shows some wildly diverse — but mostly positive — 2012 financial results for some members of the MOney 20, Missouri’s highest-grossing corporate law firms.

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New Partners 2013: Lots of labor lawyers make partner

Ten of this year’s new partners are practicing in the labor and employment fields, the most-represented area outside business and litigation. But the promotions are all over the map, with some in places like product liability, immigration and even sports injury.

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New Partners 2013: Women make strides in partner ranks

The percentage of female new partners at the state’s largest law firms grew again. At 37 percent, though, it still lags behind the number of women coming into the profession — nearly half of law school graduates.

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New Partners 2013: Missouri roots

Many new partners at law firms in Missouri have at least this much in common: A degree from one of the state’s four law schools.

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Flat and happy

All year we reported on the hiring freezes, the pay cuts and the layoffs at Missouri law firms. So, you'd expect our fifth annual Missouri Lawyers Weekly MOney 20 financial review of Missouri law firms to chronicle 2009 as the year of recession and retrenchment, of turmoil and tightened belts, of Sturm und Drang.

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2009 MOney 20: Party’s over

Find out who's up and who's down in our roundup of legal money matters. Head to our MOney 20 page for all the articles, data and charts featured in this year's issue. Also available for the first time ever is the MOney 20 financial data as an Excel spreadsheet. Now you can sort and dissect the information any way you'd like. Click here to order the spreadsheet. You can also buy extra copies of the MOney 20 print edition by clicking here.

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When the phones stopped ringing

It was a Thursday afternoon in October when Jerry Carmody noticed the quiet. The Carmody MacDonald partner wondered why he didn’t hear the ringing of phones and the buzz of conversations with clients in the firm’s Clayton offices. Then Carmody ...

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Leaner firms adapt

Few Missouri firms were spared the wrath of the faltering economy in 2008, a year when many of the largest firms cut attorneys and staff and shuttered unneeded offices. Twelve of the Big 50 law firms, which are ranked by ...

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