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Hogan Lovells US LLP began as two separate firms: Hogan & Hartson (founded in Washington D.C. in 1904) and Lovells (founded in the UK in 1899). The two firms merged together in 2010 to create the Hogan Lovells firm. The multi-national firm's headquarters are currently split between Washington D.C. and London, England. The firm focuses on providing many legal services including litigation for bankruptcy cases. They strive to offer services around the world. Industry analyst BTI Consulting gave the firm the label of "fearsome opponent" in 2015.
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Hogan Lovells has more than 45 offices worldwide. They have advised 50 of the Fortune 100 companies, 34 of the FTSE 100, and 17 of the DAX 30.
Along with multi-national coverage, the firm provides various services for a wide variety of potential client needs. The list of these services can be found under each practice they provide on their website. This allows potential clients to easily find what service they require.
According to their website, the Hogan Lovells firm has many legal representatives who are available for direct contact. The firm provides information on all of the attorneys and representatives under each area of the law they practice. They also have many legal representatives that are based in countries around the world, making them more accessible to a worldwide clientele.
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