French firm Jeantet Associés has boosted revenues by 9.5 per cent on 2002.
Jeantet brought in €28.9m in 2003, compared with €26.4m in 2002.
Despite the addition of one new partner revenue per partner has increased 3.4 per cent to €1.52m per partner.
The firm has been involved in some of France’s most important deals and cases during the last year. The firm was instructed on the Alstom restructuring, advising Areva on the acquisition of Alstom’s transmission and distribution business.
Jeantet also recently advised Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy on its successful litigation against Morgan Stanley over claims of biased investment analysis.