Firm / Organisation

Hogan Lovells

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CEO: Stephen J Immelt
Practice Co-Chairs: Bruno Ciuffetelli (Houston); José F Valdivia, III (Miami)

Firm Overview:
Change is happening faster than ever, and to stay ahead, clients need to anticipate what’s next. Legal challenges come from all directions. The firm understands and works together with clients to solve the toughest legal issues in major industries and commercial centres around the world. Whether clients are expanding into new markets, considering capital from new sources, or dealing with increasingly complex regulation or disputes, Hogan Lovells can help. Whether change brings opportunity, risk, or disruption, be ready by working with Hogan Lovells.

Straight talking. Understanding and solving the problem before it becomes one. Delivering clear and practical advice that gets your job done. Hogan Lovells offers extensive experience and insights gained from working in some of the world’s most complex legal environments and markets for corporations, financial institutions, and governments. The firm helps clients identify and mitigate risk and make the most of opportunities. 2,500 lawyers on six continents provide practical legal solutions wherever work takes its clients.

Latin America:
As one of the most dynamic regions in the world, Latin America presents a wealth of new business prospects and markets for growth. The growing middle class and innovative infrastructure and urban development mean opportunities for international and domestic companies to enter, expand, and invest in the region. To navigate these opportunities, and the challenges that come along with them, clients need legal counsel that understands Latin America.

Hogan Lovells has strong links with Latin America. The firm's Latin America practice lawyers are based in Miami, Houston Washington DC, Mexico, Madrid, Asia, and Brazil. They speak Spanish and Portuguese, are familiar with the legal systems, and know local counsel in every country. Combining this with the firm’s experience, Hogan Lovells can help clients understand the different environments in each country— both political and business—and will guide clients through complex and varying regulatory regimes. Client success is the firm’s focus.

Main Areas of Practice:
Banking and finance; capital markets and structured finance; corporate/M&A; infrastructure, energy, resources and projects; investigations, white collar and fraud; insurance; international arbitration; international trade and investment.

Main Industry Sectors:
Automotive; consumer; energy and natural resources; financial institutions; infrastructure and transportation; insurance; life sciences; real estate; technology, media and telecoms.

International Offices
Australia: Perth, Sydney
Belgium: Brussels
China: Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai
Croatia: Zagreb
France: Paris
Germany: Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich
Hungary: Budapest
Indonesia: Jakarta
Italy: Milan, Rome
Japan: Tokyo
Luxembourg: Luxembourg
The Netherlands: Amsterdam
Poland: Warsaw
Russia: Moscow
Singapore: Singapore
South Africa: Johannesburg
Spain: Alicante, Madrid
United Arab Emirates: Dubai
United Kingdom: London
USA: Baltimore, Boston, Colorado Springs, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Louisville, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Northern Virginia, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Washington, DC
Vietnam: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City


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