About Us

Change is happening faster than ever, and to stay ahead, you need to anticipate what’s next. Legal challenges come from all directions.

Overview

Change is happening faster than ever, and to stay ahead, you need to anticipate what’s next. Legal challenges come from all directions. We understand and work together with you to solve the toughest legal issues in major industries and commercial centers around the world. Whether you’re expanding into new markets, considering capital from new sources, or dealing with increasingly complex regulation or disputes, we can help. Whether change brings opportunity, risk, or disruption, be ready by working with Hogan Lovells.

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Straight talking. Understanding and solving the problem before it becomes one. Delivering clear and practical advice that gets your job done. Hogan Lovells offers extensive experience and insights gained from working in some of the world's most complex legal environments and markets for corporations, financial institutions, and governments. We help you identify and mitigate risk and make the most of opportunities. Our 2,800 lawyers on six continents provide practical legal solutions wherever your work takes you.

A fast-changing and inter-connected world requires fresh thinking combined with proven experience. That's what we provide. Progress starts with ideas. And while imagination helps at every level, our legal solutions are aligned with your business strategy. Our experience in cross-border and emerging economies gives us the market perspective to be your global partner. We believe that when knowledge travels, opportunities arise.

Our team has a wide range of backgrounds. Diversity of backgrounds and experience delivers a broader perspective. Perspectives which ultimately make for more rounded thinking and better answers for you. 

Giving back to communities and society is fundamental to good business. And, it’s part of our core. We are advocates of justice, equality, and opportunity. Everyone at Hogan Lovells is asked to volunteer at least 25 hours a year as part of their normal work duties. Around the world, our people are making a difference through pro bono activities, community investment, and social justice.

Why choose Hogan Lovells?

  • Deep understanding of your issues
  • Straight talking and practical problem solving
  • Strong relationships and a collaborative approach

Press Releases

Hogan Lovells Wins Again for Philadelphia in Fight for Welcoming City Policies

February 15, 2019, Philadelphia--Last June, following an extensive trial, Hogan Lovells won a permanent injunction preventing the U.S. Department of Justice from withholding formula grant...

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Podcast series: False Claims Act 2018 and the road ahead Podcast

The pace of False Claims Act (FCA) litigation remained furious over the past year. Companies (and individuals) in all sectors of the economy continue to face the ever-present threat of FCA...

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Press Releases

Precedent-setting ICSID arbitration award in favor of the Republic of Panama now final and binding

Miami, 19 February 2019 – A Hogan Lovells team from the firm’s Miami and Madrid offices successfully represented the Republic of Panama in an investment arbitration pending...

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When is registration as a credit provider under the National Credit Act required?

The fallout between an elderly couple and their business partner, and the consequent lengthy legal battle, led to an interesting situation for anyone borrowing or lending money in South...

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UK sanctions legislations rushes through Parliament in advance of a potential no-deal Brexit Hogan Lovells Engage

Transposing more than 40 years of EU legislations is not straightforward, including when it comes to EU sanctions laws.

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Media Mention

For Wall Street Banks in London, Itʼs Moving Time The New York Times

Susan Whitehead was quoted in a New York Times article entitled "For Wall Street Banks in London, It's Moving Time".

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