Pair of Hogan Lovells partners to launch litigation boutique

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  • Don't have to share all those juicy profits anymore eh? What happened to partnership?

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  • Good name. Like the fact that it’s ‘litigation’ rather than telling us nothing like ‘law’ or ‘legal’.

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  • Plenty of litigation work to go around.

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  • A first for someone of Graham's experience – be interesting to see how they do

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  • We are going to see more firms like this. I already know of two partners in my firm wanting to do it.

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  • Presumably the new firm will also specialise in boundary disputes?

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  • This is a big loss for Lovells' litigation capability, which has declined over the last 10 years or so. Lovells, as well as some of the other mid market firms (as far as corporate and banking is concerned) used to be viewed as top tier litigation firms, but that turf has now been firmly taken over by the MC.

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  • Anonymous | 21-Mar-2012 8:46 am - don't sit on the fence about it. See how it lies.

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  • Anonymous | 20-Mar-2012 8:33 pm - Simon Twigden, Pietro Marino et al and Enyo Law?

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  • Predicted this would happen when US firms with specialist practices began arriving in London

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  • Another example of conflicts of interest causing issue

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  • Anonymous | 21-Mar-2012 11:26 am
    you wouldn't want to go beyond the boundaries of taset, it could cost £100k

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  • Who’s next to break away from the big city firms?

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  • This draws a line in the sand...

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  • The key thing is not to become fixated by the rightness of one's decisions. To allow that fixation to distort views of the past may lead to the loss of all objective judgment.
    Anyway, couldn't happen to a more modest or more genuine team-player who inspires warmth and admiration in all those who have had the fortune to work with him.

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  • Huntley has a great reputation - will be interesting to see how this turns out.

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  • I think it is a great move by Graham Huntley and I wish him best of luck in his new venture

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