Hogan Lovells appoints healthcare litigation partner Michael Maddigan to LA office
Hogan Lovells has continued the expansion of its Los Angeles office with the addition of healthcare litigation partner Michael Maddigan.
His arrival continues the firm’s string of strategic additions to the Los Angeles office in recent months.
The firm said that Maddigan’s arrival complements the recent additions of corporate mergers and acquisitions partners Barry Dastin and Russ Cashdan and media and entertainment partner Sheri Jeffrey.
Maddigan joins Hogan Lovells from the Los Angeles office of O’Melveny & Myers. He served as co-chair of his previous firm’s healthcare and life sciences practice and co-head of the litigation department training programme and has held the positions of president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers.
Maddigan has represented health plans, insurers, technology companies, entertainment entities and emerging companies in complex class action, coverage and business disputes involving healthcare, privacy, insurance, antitrust and business issues.
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