Hans-Peter Löw set to become head of Allen & Overy’s employment and benefits practice
The partners in Allen & Overy’s global employment and benefits (E&B) practice have elected Hans-Peter Löw as their head. He will take over from Thomas Ubber, who resigned from the position after his election to managing partner in Germany.
Löw has been a partner in the firm’s Frankfurt office since 2011 and recently also took over the position of head of the German E&B practice from Ubber.
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