The National Law Journal selects Hogan Lovells as a finalist in its Washington Litigation Departments of the Year report
Hogan Lovells has been selected as a Litigation Department of the Year finalist in The National Law Journal’s Washington Litigation Departments of the Year competition.
The report ranks Washington DC-based litigation practices on each team’s notable wins, operations, headcounts and revenues.
In awarding Hogan Lovells this honour, The National Law Journal touted its ‘regular presence in the US Supreme Court’ and noted that its litigators are ‘scoring big wins in everything from complex regulatory matters to a pro bono death penalty case’.
The publication also called attention to the law firm’s ‘all-star litigation line-up’, referencing partners Robert Bennett and Neal Katyal.
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