Litigation, arbitration and employment
Hogan Lovells’ Litigation, Arbitration and Employment practice has a long track record of achievement in complex, high-stakes, international disputes. With more than 700 lawyers based in 40 offices worldwide, we bring exceptional industry knowledge and provide leading-edge advice.
As our lawyers are leaders in their local jurisdictions and function across offices as one team, we are positioned to deliver both local insight and global perspective to meet our clients’ interests in multi-jurisdictional matters. Our worldwide excellence and commitment to our clients is reflected in the top rankings we earn from leading legal directories and third parties.
The Hogan Lovells team regularly functions at the intersection of business and regulation, combining industry knowledge and a proven ability to guide you through courts, tribunals and governmental bodies worldwide.
Our experienced trial and appellate lawyers litigate and win commercial disputes across all industries and geographies. Our arbitration lawyers have in-depth knowledge of the distinct customs, rules and procedures of tribunals such as the International Chamber of Commerce, the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes, the United Nationals Compensation Commission and the World Trade Organization.
Our employment lawyers strengthen workplace policies and address employment and labour disputes quickly and with minimal business disruption. Our investigations, white-collar and fraud lawyers bring decades of experience in dealing with a full range of corporate investigations, whether initiated by the government, in response to a whistleblower complaint or as a result of allegations of fraudulent activities.
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