Gibson Dunn posts record revenues as international expansion halts PEP growth

US firm continues two-decade long streak of increases in key financial metrics

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher posted its 22nd straight year of revenue growth, earning more than $1.64bn in 2017, while the firm’s net income also passed the $1bn mark for the first time, according to preliminary ALM reporting.

Profits per equity partner, however, took a slight dip to $3.24m as the firm added a Houston office, expanded internationally and increased its headcount.

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