Hogan-Lovells: strong arm of the law

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  • "And, frankly, who is Hogan? " Funny remark.; your London-centric mentality is shining through.
    In the U.S., they are no doubt asking, "who is Lovells?"
    As can be seen by your own figures, Hogan's financials do NOT at all "bear comparison to thos of Lovells. Rather, they are significantly larger at every turn, and most importantly, much more profitable. ("Hogan’s financial results for its most recent fiscal period, the 2008 calendar year, bear comparison to Lovells’. Total revenue at the 500-partner firm stood at $922.5m (£583.7m). Revenue per lawyer (RPL) was $835,000 (£528,000), while the all-important average profit per equity partner (PEP) stood at $1.17m (£740,000). (Lovells’ turnover for 2008-09 was £531m, RPL £374,000 and PEP £586,000.")

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