Hogan Lovells is a leading commercial law firm. See the latest editorial coverage and find out more about its practice via The Lawyer Acumen.
…but accepts patience is a virtue if it is ever to be at the core of the Big Apple.
Last week’s Move On Up focused on Hogan Lovells and its general partner growth over the past six years.
Partners in Paris are moving around like never before. Joanne Harris scrutinises the French capital’s recruitment market...
Merged firm impresses market despite absorbing merger costs.
A year on from the merger of US firm Hogan & Hartson and the UK’s Lovells, the combined firm’s energy partners claim they are already reaping the results of Hogan Lovells’ new global footprint.
The 2010 merger hiked global reputation, but when London figures are taken in isolation, not much has changed in six years...
Calendar year 2010 can be seen as year zero for Hogan Lovells, with no true point of comparison for its financial results.
Most effective internal communicationSponsored by HR in Law...
Editor’s Award for Outstanding AchievementSponsored by Cavanagh Wealth Management Winner: Sir Geoffrey Vos...
On a balmy day in July 2011 nearly 150 lawyers congregated on the fourth floor of 1 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf.
As Hogan Lovells partners and employees passed through the stages of denial, anger, depression and finally acceptance last week, the rest of the world was digesting the extraordinary news that litigation partner Christopher Grierson had been dismissed for claiming more than £1m in false expenses.
The past year has been notable for international mergers, with the 1 May Hogan Lovells tie-up finishing the year in style. Andrew Pugh looks at the motivations behind the moves and highlights the successes and the non-starters...
Hogan Lovells’ honeymoon period has seen the firm attempting to integrate cultures and expand its client base. But has it lost something in the process?
Two months after its marriage the newly merged Hogan Lovells is still very much in getting-to-know-you mode.
As team GB law firms bulk up for the global challenge, mergers have transformed this year’s rankings – with some surprising results...
Firm faces High Court questions after failing to disclose client details...
Chinese outbound investment is rising exponentially, providing international law firms with a new and increasingly important client base. Yun Kriegler reports...
As Howrey’s European teams quit over IP conflicts of interest, a fault line between the US and Europe is emerging. Can Hogan Lovells and Baker & McKenzie bridge the gap?
How are firms measuring up to the increasingly international nature of the litigation sector?
Firms shortlisted for The Lawyer Awards upped their game in a grim market, with imagination and hard work the watchwords...
News and Analysis