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Hogan Lovells Grows Environmental Team with Leading Transactional Partner Hire

05 November 2013

LONDON, 5 November 2013 - Hogan Lovells has recruited leading environmental, health and safety partner Louise Moore into its London environmental team. Louise will join the firm in early 2014. She has been a partner since 1999, most recently at Herbert Smith Freehills.

Louise has a market leading reputation and manages a strong global transactional and regulatory environmental practice with a sector focus on energy. She has expertise in M&A, private equity and major projects globally, advising high profile multinationals including Energy Capital Partners LLP, BP and EDF.

Louise's appointment will complement Hogan Lovells' existing global environmental practice to offer increased transactional expertise both in London and globally.

Commenting on Louise's arrival, Andrew Skipper, global Co-Head of Hogan Lovells' corporate practice said:

"Louise has a strong global reputation for environmental work and we are delighted to have her back. Her skills and experience in the field speak for themselves and she is a great fit with our practice, complementing perfectly our corporate, disputes and energy and infrastructure teams. In an ever-changing regulatory landscape it is key that we are at the cutting edge of the regulatory/transactional space and Louise's appointment delivers this. We are very excited that Louise is re-joining us".

Louise said:

"Hogan Lovells offers an exceptional international platform to really develop an unparalleled global environmental team which is integrated with its market-leading transactional and disputes practices. I have been impressed by the calibre and strength of the international environmental practice and am really looking forward to re-joining the team here in London".

 
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