Hogan Lovells adds three Chadbourne partners to litigation and arbitration practice
Hogan Lovells has added three partners to its litigation and arbitration practice. The new hires are Oliver J Armas, Phoebe A Wilkinson and Luis Enrique Graham.
Previously, Armas was co-head of Chadbourne & Parke’s international arbitration group, and Wilkinson was the co-head of Chadbourne’s product liability group. Both will join Hogan Lovells’ New York Office.
Graham, a prominent litigation and arbitration practitioner, will be resident in Mexico City, with a significant presence in New York.
Armas and Graham bring complementary experience in international arbitration and commercial litigation, while Wilkinson comes to the firm with a strong background in international products liability, particularly relating to life sciences issues.
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