Hogan Lovells Announces New San Francisco and Silicon Valley Office Managing Partner
15 September 2011
SAN FRANCISCO, 15 September 2011 – Hogan Lovells announced today that Megan Dixon will assume the role of Office Managing Partner for its San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices.
Dixon succeeds Michael Charlson, who served with distinction during his appointment as the San Francisco and Silicon Valley Office Managing Partner since Hogan Lovells opened those offices in October 2008.
“We thank Michael for his years of dedicated service and leadership in successfully launching our Northern California offices and growing their capabilities,” said Warren Gorrell, co-CEO of Hogan Lovells. “Megan will build on a strong foundation to help solidify our position in the Bay Area and beyond in providing world-class corporate, intellectual property, and litigation services to our clients.”
About Megan Dixon
Megan Dixon practices complex litigation, with an emphasis on criminal investigations in the healthcare, high tech, and antitrust areas.
Dixon has substantial experience defending and prosecuting criminal cases, having worked both in private practice and as a federal prosecutor. She has represented foreign and domestic corporations and individuals in criminal investigations and civil and criminal litigation. She has particular experience in the areas of international criminal antitrust law and cartel defense.
Dixon worked as a full-time faculty lecturer at Harvard Law School for three years and is a former law clerk to The Honorable William M. Hoeveler of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.