- Hammer, Michael C.
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Dickinson Wright was featured in The American Lawyer article, “’A Tale of Two Halves’: Dickinson Wright Ups PPP by 15%.” The firm’s revenue moved up to $255 million from $248 million in 2019, while the firm’s net income jumped an eye-popping 17.8%. Michael Hammer (CEO and Member, Ann Arbor) said “It was surging work and revenue that led the way in the second half.” The firm’s revenue was up, as lower expenses and higher-end work in IP litigation, cannabis and corporate/securities helped partner profits surge. The surging work was fueled by “fast-paced deals where the clients were willing to get the deals done” he said. “And we are still really busy right now.” Mike discussed the importance of the firm’s continued work on diversity and inclusion efforts, saying “We are focused on retention of our junior diverse lawyers. We want to improve like all firms. We have a long history of good diverse lawyers at the firm...” Click here to read the full article.
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