Hogan Lovells names litigation partner Bruce Oakley as managing partner of Houston office
Hogan Lovells has announced that Bruce Oakley, a partner in the litigation practice, was recently named managing partner of the firm’s Houston office.
Oakley focuses his practice on the litigation and arbitration of complex international disputes, primarily on behalf of energy clients, and also has experience representing clients in multiparty litigation, including class action and shareholder derivative litigation.
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, he was a Texas state court judge.
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