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Pity poor John Pheasant. Who, you ask? How quickly the stars of yester-year are consigned to the black hole of oblivion (also known as Hogan & Hartson).
Pheasant, for the more fickle among you, was once upon a time head of the competition group and head of international at Lovells. In 2005 he fought a contested election with the then finance head David Harris.
Pheasant lost and soon de-camped for the exciting new pastures of ambitious American firm Hogan.
Pheasant will hardly be the first partner to be reunited with his former chums as the result of a merger. One particularly high-profile example was the return of Dewey Ballantine capital markets rainmaker Camille Abousleiman, who quit the firm for LeBoeuf Lamb Greene & MacRae in January 2007 only to rejoin later that year when the two firms tied the knot.
Maybe Pheasant should give Abousleiman a bell to see if he should vote for or against come November?