McDermott partners invest $26m in ‘infrastructure’ as revenue grows by 2%

McDermott Will & Emery partners have put aside $26m (£20.7m) to invest in the firm’s infrastructure after its 2016 global revenue increased by 2 per cent to $908.7m (£722m), The Lawyer can reveal.

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