He said the firm considers it a good year if the numbers are 5-10% higher than the previous year. At the time of the article, Risoli said the firm's numbers were up 18% from 2018. And it isn't just one practice area either. He said that the firm's numbers were up across all sections of the firm.
He noted that the tax practices were up substantially and attributed that to "the turmoil and uncertainty in the business community." He said that the firm is benefiting from the mega-mergers because it is causing rate increases that are leading more clients to choose Chamberlain Hrdlicka.