Four Hogan Lovells partners feature in the new Chambers 100 directory
Hogan Lovells has been included in the new Chambers 100 directory, which ranks the UK’s top 100 lawyers based on feedback from more than 600 general counsel.
Four Hogan Lovells partners feature in the Chambers 100 list: Jon Holland was placed 49th in the list for his work in banking litigation; Matthew Cottis was listed in 71st place for his work in banking and finance; Nicholas Cheffings was placed 78th in the rankings for his work in real-estate litigation; and John Meltzer was ranked 88th and praised for his ‘very thorough, patient and responsive, sensible and balanced approach’.
Others from Hogan Lovells to join the 200 people shortlisted for the rankings include partners Michael Stancombe and Suyong Kim and consultant John Pheasant.
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