Hogan Lovells adds former FAA Chief Counsel Arjun Garg as partner in Washington D.C.

Hogan Lovells adds former FAA Chief Counsel Arjun Garg as partner in Washington D.C.

Press releases | 08 April 2021

Washington D.C., 8 April 2021 – Global law firm Hogan Lovells announced today that Arjun Garg, the former Chief Counsel and Acting Deputy Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, has joined the firm’s Transportation regulatory practice as a partner based in Washington D.C.

Prior to his leadership roles at FAA, Garg also served as Chief Counsel of the Federal Transit Administration and as a U.S. Department of Justice trial attorney in the Federal Programs Branch of the Civil Division.

Drawing on his deep government leadership experience, Garg will advise transportation clients on a broad spectrum of regulatory, litigation and corporate matters and help lead Hogan Lovells’ top-rated aviation practice.

“I am thrilled to join the seasoned and highly respected transportation regulatory practice here at Hogan Lovells,” Garg said. “Innovation is reshaping transportation, and aviation in particular is poised to make tremendous advances. This is an exciting time to help guide our clients as they make that future a reality, and Hogan Lovells provides an outstanding platform to accomplish that work.”

“Arjun is a top-tier lawyer whose leadership experience at two key Department of Transportation agencies will be extremely valuable to our clients,” said Latane Montague, leader of Hogan Lovells’ Transportation regulatory practice. “He joins us at a critical inflection point for the transportation industry, and we are excited that our clients will have him in their corner alongside the rest of our first-class team.”

Hogan Lovells’ Transportation regulatory practice works with leading transportation companies and government agencies to solve the industry’s most complex regulatory, transactional and business issues. The team combines top-tier aviation, automotive, railroad, UAS, mobility, logistics and supply chain transportation regulatory practices in each of the world’s major markets.