Alex Hohl

Alex Hohl


Email [email protected]​

Phone +44 20 7296 5957

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish, French, German

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Alex Hohl is a litigator with a breadth of experience in complex cases ranging from civil fraud, contentious insolvency, competition and other commercial and financial disputes for clients across a range of business sectors, including financial services, mining and telecoms. Alex has a particular focus on cases involving an interface between the criminal and the civil law.

Alex has acted for some of the firm's major clients in proceedings before the High Court and Court of Appeal, and has extensive experience of both interim applications (including in relation to freezing orders) and large-scale trials.

Alex also advises clients on bribery and corruption matters and carrying out white-collar crime internal investigations.

Alex regularly represents appellants in cases before the First-tier Tribunal (War Pensions and Armed Forces Compensation) on behalf of the Royal British Legion on a pro bono basis.

Education and admissions


LPC, BPP University Law School, 2007

M.A. Oxon (Law with German Law), University of Oxford, St John's College, 2006

Bar admissions and qualifications

Solicitor, England and Wales

Representative experience

Acting for ENRC in securing a landmark victory at the Court of Appeal against the UK Serious Fraud Office concerning legal professional privilege.

Acting for the Cayman Islands liquidators of a collapsed litigation funder on recognition in England and in obtaining a freezing order against a former officer.

Acting for BTA Bank in relation to fraud claims against its former chairman, for which Hogan Lovells was awarded litigation team of the year 2013.

Acting for ASTOR Management AG in a multi-million pound contractual dispute with Atalaya Mining PLC.

Acting for Landsbanki Luxembourg S.A. (in liquidation) in proceedings before the Chancery Division of the London High Court.

Acting for ExxonMobil Chemical Limited and Esso Petroleum Company Limited in proceedings before the London Commercial Court against a former contractor.

Advising a range of corporates (including two major multi-national financial institutions) on anti-corruption compliance, risk assessments and procedures.

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