BigTex Combined Gross Revenue Drops in '09

Texas Lawyer

Combined gross revenue of the 25 Texas-based firms included in Texas Lawyer's Annual Report on Firm Finance posted a rare decline in 2009 of 3.7 percent compared to 2008, and net income was flat. Thirteen of the firms boosted their net income in 2009, including Gardere Wynne Sewell. Stephen D. Good (pictured) of Gardere says his firm saw an increase due to some extraordinary contingent-fee income.

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