Hogan Lovells elects Cole Finegan and Dan González to its board
Hogan Lovells has announced that it has elected two new partners to its board.
Cole Finegan assumes the role of the Americas (excluding Washington DC) representative, replacing New York-based Marc Gottridge.
Dan González is appointed as ‘At Large’ member, replacing Andreas Meyer, while Mike Silver has been re-elected in that capacity. Jun Wei retains her role as the member for Asia/Middle East.
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