Hogan Lovells Diversifies Focus With new Industrial Sector Group

5 June 2017

Hogan Lovells has revamped some of its industry sector focus and created a group concentrated on the needs of 
Diversified Industrials.

The new global group brings together the firm’s capabilities in areas including conglomerates, manufacturing, chemicals, transportation, logistics, construction, and engineering. 

It comprises cross-border and cross-practice teams covering corporate transactions, commercial agreements, capital markets, structured finance, tax, real estate, government affairs, regulatory, environmental, intellectual property, cyber risk, and dispute resolution.

Clients include the likes of Honeywell, GE, Siemens, Koch Industries, Mitsubishi Corp, Brookfield, Rolls-Royce, PPG Industries, 3M, Alstom, Wallenius, HNA, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Bechtel, CH2M Hill, Fluor, and BASF.

Detlef Hass, head of Hogan Lovells' Diversified Industrials sector group says:

"We have long-standing relationships with some of the world's largest diversified industrial companies so we understand their unique business structures and drivers. Given our expertise across a wide range of sectors, we can pull together top-of-the-market teams with a deep understanding of the legal issues facing diversified industrial organizations such as digitalization, supply chain disruption, and regulatory compliance.

"Our sector-focused teams are working on some really interesting projects, helping to deliver mergers and acquisitions, financings, project development, and trading activities across portfolios."

Hogan Lovells has eleven industry sector groups:
  • Aerospace, Defense, and Government Services
  • Automotive
  • Consumer
  • Diversified Industrials
  • Education
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Financial Institutions
  • Insurance 
  • Life Sciences and Healthcare
  • Real Estate
  • Technology, Media and Telecommunications
For more information please visit: http://www.hoganlovells.com/en/industry/diversified-industrials

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