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Hogan Lovells US LLP

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Hogan Lovells - London
  • 875 Third Avenue
  • New York
  • New York
  • USA
  • NY 10022
  • CEO: Steve Immelt
  • Number of partners worldwide: Over 800
  • International Offices  
  • Africa: Johannesburg
  • Asia: Beijing, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, Ulaanbaatar
  • Europe: Alicante, Amsterdam, Brussels, Budapest*, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Rome, Warsaw, Zagreb*
  • Middle East: Dubai, Jeddah*, Riyadh*
  • United States: Baltimore, Colorado Springs, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Northern Virginia, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Washington DC
  • South America: Caracas, Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, Monterrey, Sao Paulo
  • *Associated office

Firm Overview:
Hogan Lovells is a global legal practice that helps corporations, financial institutions, and government entities across the spectrum of their critical business and legal issues globally and locally. It has over 2,300 lawyers operating out of more than 40 offices in Europe, the United States, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
The firm offers:
• An exceptional, high quality transatlantic capability, with extensive reach into the world’s commercial and financial centres
• Particular and distinctive strengths in the areas of corporate/M&A, litigation and arbitration, government regulatory, finance and intellectual property
• In-depth knowledge and resource in many major industry sectors, particularly in financial services, energy and life sciences/healthcare

Hogan Lovells has the scale to handle the largest, most complex and most sophisticated transactions and matters. The firm’s practice breadth, geographical reach and industry knowledge provides it with insights into the issues that affect its clients most deeply and enables it to provide high quality business-oriented legal advice to assist them in achieving their commercial goals.

The firm embraces new approaches and ideas, offering practical and valuable solutions to clients whilst maintaining the highest quality service. It has put in place, for some projects, a process that has involved outsourcing some of the less complex work to lower cost jurisdictions and, in some cases, to third parties. This includes using the firm’s Legal Services Centre in Birmingham, UK and Business Services Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. Hogan Lovells has a distinctive culture which is underpinned by its values. These are:
• Clients come first
• Excellence in all the firm does
• One team worldwide
• Commitment to the firm’s success
• Good citizenship

Main Areas of Practice:
The Hogan Lovells teams bring a broad range of legal capabilities to the table. The firm has major strengths in corporate law, dispute resolution and finance, alongside world-class capabilities in areas such as competition, government regulatory, intellectual property, tax and real estate. This means that the firm is able to seamlessly advise its clients on the full spectrum of legal issues, on a global scale.
The firm’s key industry sectors include: aerospace, defence, and government services; automotive; consumer; education; energy and natural resources; infrastructure; financial institutions; industrials; life sciences and healthcare; real estate; sports and recreational facilities; telecommunications, media and technology; and transportation.

  • Administrative & Public Law Paul Dacam
  • Advertising/Consumer Law Andrew Skipper, Richard Welfare
  • Asset Finance Robin Hallam
  • Banking Matthew Cottis
  • Banking Litigation Jon Holland
  • Business Restructuring/Insolvency Stephen Foster
  • Commodities David Moss
  • Construction John Gerszt, Gillian Thomas
  • Corporate Finance, M&A Andrew Pearson
  • Data Protection Quentin Archer
  • Debt Capital Markets Sharon Lewis, David Hudd
  • Dispute Resolution: Elite Michael Davison
  • Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration Simon Nesbitt
  • Employee Benefits Louise Whitewright
  • Employment Elizabeth Slattery
  • Energy Matthew Williams
  • Environment Christopher Norton
  • Equity Capital Markets Maegen Morrison
  • EU & UK Competition Law Suyong Kim
  • Financial Services Emily Reid, Rachel Kent
  • Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory Ailbhe Edgar, Philip Parish
  • Fraud: Civil Jeremy Cole
  • IT & Outsourcing Mark Taylor, Conor Ward
  • Infrastructure Steven Bryan, Andrew Briggs
  • Insurance Tim Goggin
  • Insurance: Contentious Claims & Reinsurance Nick Atkins
  • Insurance Insolvency Joe Bannister
  • Intellectual Property Stephen Bennett
  • Investment Funds Nicholas Holman
  • Islamic 
  • Life Sciences John Meltzer, Stephen Bennett
  • Media & Entertainment Paul Dacam, Peter Watts
  • Pensions Jane Samsworth
  • Pensions Litigation Angela Dimsdale Gill
  • Planning Michael Gallimore
  • Private Equity Alan Greenough
  • Product Liability John Meltzer
  • Professional Negligence Nicholas Heaton
  • Project Finance Adrian Walker
  • Public International Law Michael Davison
  • Real 
  • Real Estate Finance Andrew Welbourn
  • Real 
  • Sports Andrew Skipper
  • Tax Karen Hughes
  • Telecommunications & Broadcasting Conor Ward, Peter Watts
  • Trade Finance Andrew Gamble
  • VAT Michael Conlon


  • Atlantic House,
  • Holborn Viaduct,
  • London,
  • Greater London
  • UK
  • EC1A 2FG
  • Tel (020) 7296 2000
  • Fax (020) 7296 2001
  • DX LDE 57
  • Website : www.hoganlovells.com