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John P. Duke's diverse corporate practice encompasses global M&A, public equity offerings, joint ventures, corporate governance, and public company compliance matters.
He has represented public and private companies in connection with complex M&A, carve-out transactions, and strategic investments, and he has advised on dozens of public offerings, including initial public offerings and other capital markets transactions.
John also helps clients with ongoing disclosure and securities law considerations and advises public companies on hostile takeovers, the implementation of defensive measures, and proposals by shareholder activists.
In addition to his law firm work, John previously served as an assistant general counsel at Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company. In that role, he advised the board of directors and led the deal team in connection with Provident's US$1.6 billion demutualization and acquisition by Nationwide Financial Services, Inc.
*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.
- J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1995
- B.B.A., Loyola University Maryland, 1992
- New York