Hogan Lovells' Silicon Valley Office Moves to New Office Space in Menlo Park to Accommodate Steady Growth

WASHINGTON, D.C. 9 December 2013 – Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that it has relocated its Silicon Valley office from Palo Alto to a larger newly designed office in Menlo Park to accommodate its continual growth.

Today, Hogan Lovells moved into state-of-the-art office space at 4085 Campbell Avenue in the heart of Menlo Park. Since its opening in 2008, the Silicon Valley office was previously located on University Avenue in Palo Alto.

The new location was carefully selected to include a 32-seat conference room that can accommodate large meetings and client events, along with sophisticated technology infrastructure, with expanded and integrated videoconferencing capabilities and WiFi throughout the space. The office also boasts a number of elements that will support burgeoning practice areas, including break-out and huddle rooms to encourage collaboration and a dedicated space for contract attorneys.

The Silicon Valley office has more than doubled in size since opening, adding a number of lawyers to its Corporate and Intellectual Property practices.

"We are very excited to be in our new office," said Silicon Valley Office Managing Partner Megan Dixon, "The new larger space will support our steady growth in the Silicon Valley market and we look forward to being able to best serve from this modern environment."

The Silicon Valley office is part of a prosperous California presence for Hogan Lovells which includes San Francisco and Los Angeles. The firm now has nearly 70 lawyers in California.

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Hogan Lovells is a leading global legal practice providing business-oriented legal advice and high-quality service across its exceptional breadth of practices to clients around the world.

"Hogan Lovells" or the "firm" is an international legal practice that includes Hogan Lovells US LLP and Hogan Lovells International LLP. For more information, see www.hoganlovells.com.


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