SJ Berwin PE partner Harris switches to Hogan Lovells

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  • Congrats to him. I'm sure he'll flourish outside SJB. Used to work there and he has some great clients and great work. He never really fit in with that team I have to say - in my opinion at least. Thoroughly nice chap. There is a great associate in that team that he works a lot with and who is definitely a calming influence on his projects (I found Ed to be exceptional, but tough and demanding). She will probably follow, which in itself is a blow for that team. Can SJB afford any more losses?

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  • When I worked at SJB years ago, Ed was a partner but treated like a senior associate - did most of his work, never got the credit. How the tables have turned. Good for him.

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  • Do Hogan Lovells take umbrage at being called "Lovells" only?

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  • That's Leanne Moezi gone too then I suspect. Real shame.

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  • Quelle surprise.

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  • No disrespect to Hogan Lovells, but their private equity practice is not a patch on SJB's. Says an awful lot about how wretched the culture must be at SJB if Harris taking a leap of faith and not upgrading. Wish him well.

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  • Is this linked to the upcoming merger? Any more departures expected?

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  • Wow. Ed and Leanne are a breath of fresh air on a soulless floor. Good on him, and I hope Leanne stays, but SJB's loss is Hogan Lovell's gain, sadly.

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  • Can't say I'm surprised at this.

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  • Can't say I'm surprised.

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