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Hogan Lovells’ global dispute resolution practice has been promoted to Band 1 in Chambers Global 2014.
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The claimant in Lyons v DWP Jobcentre Plus argued that her dismissal was either direct pregnancy discrimination or direct sex discrimination.
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Hogan Lovells has announced that corporate partner Jan de Snaijer is to take on the role of office managing partner of the firm’s Amsterdam office.