US firm Katten Muchin swipes Hogan Lovells PE team in London

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  • Well done to Leanne!

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  • Congratulations Phil

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  • Congrats Leanne - wise move.

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  • All the best Phil

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  • Odd decision. Leanne was surely next up for partnership in her team. She'll have to re-start now at Lovells. Massive loss to SJB though for sure.

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  • So HogLov gets 2 and loses 3. A net loss. Would it be that all the song and dance around strategically growing the PE team was all er hogwash?

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  • I'm really not surprised that Leanne's leaving, and wish her the best of luck. Excellent lawyer, insanely organised, on top of all work streams, and above all a funny, warm, engaging person. And that's from a non-corporate bod (no longer at SJB for the record) who often finds it a displeasure to work as support on corporate matters.

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  • Bravo Rob with that throwaway comment about people coming and going. I don't see much coming, to be frank.

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  • Leanne is a nice individual and a solid lawyer who will be missed by many however, to say 'star PE associate' is nothing more than the Lawyer trying to put a spin on what is essentially a non-story. Day's comment says it all.

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  • "Rapid expansion for HL's PE team" - really! How is this expansion? Greenough is retiring, 3 are leaving, and two are joining ... so they're rapidly expanding on a net basis by minus 2??

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