GIR 30 - Hogan Lovells Investigation Practice ranked 2nd globally

Hogan Lovells has been ranked second in the world for internal and government-led investigations by Global Investigations Review (GIR). The results were announced at the prestigious GIR Awards Ceremony which took place in Washington D.C. on October 25. This is the 4th Annual GIR 100 and last year the firm was ranked third. The GIR 100 is an annual guide to the world’s leading cross-border investigations practices. It is based on extensive research on a host of data GIR receive from firms each year, and ranks the top 30 investigations practices based on the information they receive.  

The team also won the award for Most Important Court Case 2018 for their work representing Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Limited (ENRC), in Director of the Serious Fraud Office v ENRC,  led by Michael Roberts. 

Commenting on this double achievement, Crispin Rapinet, global head of the Investigations, White Collar, and Fraud practice at Hogan Lovells said:  

It is a great privilege to have  again been recognised in this prestigious ranking of the best investigations practices worldwide. This is a testament to the quality of our work and our people and recognises our commitment to providing our clients with a seamless,  cross-border service around the world. The fact that we added a stellar team in Boston has further bolstered our global investigations practice and we hope to continue to operate at the top of the market on some of the biggest matters. I am extremely proud of our highly-experienced global team of lawyers.


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