Hogan Lovells set to open two-partner Luxembourg office
Hogan Lovells will be opening an office in Luxembourg on 1 August as part of its strategy to continue to grow its funds and tax practices and develop in markets that are key to the firm’s clients.
The office will initially comprise two partners — Pierre Reuter (investment funds) and Jean-Michel Schmit (corporate). They join Hogan Lovells from NautaDutilh and will be followed by four of their current associates.
Prior to NautaDutilh, Reuter and Schmit were at Linklaters.
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