Fraudulent and Scam Emails/Messages

We are aware that from time to time fraudsters illegally abuse the Hogan Lovells name and/or the names of our lawyers.

These communications may include a copy of the Hogan Lovells logo, false telephone numbers and describe in detail fictional circumstances with a view to seeking to defraud the recipient.

The scam emails often use domain names that are similar to our domain name. However, genuine business emails from Hogan Lovells only use the domains of "" and from "" for some marketing emails. We do not use Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo or other email addresses.

We recommend that you delete scam emails and messages and do not reply to them. If you are unsure whether you have received a genuine communication from us, we have a dedicated email inbox that you can use to report suspicious communications and scams: [[email protected]]. Our Information Security team will be able to respond to any questions that you may have.


We are aware of scams in which the name of the firm and eight of our partners, John Allison, Nick Atkins, Katie Banks, Arthur Dethomas, Karen Hughes, Barry Burgdorf, John Castle, and Laurence Crowley are being misused.

We are also aware of scams in which a fraudster is accusing companies of violating Hogan Lovells copyright protections.

Where possible, these scams have been reported to the UK Solicitors Regulation Authority. Details of the scams can be found here: 


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