Lovells' David Harris: Hogan Lovells will bid for the biggest deals

March 1, 2010 On 1 May 2010, UK law firm Lovells will merge with US rival Hogan Hartson to create one of the world’s largest law firms, called Hogan Lovells, with revenues of $1.8bn and 2,400 lawyers spread across 40 offices worldwide.

David Harris, designated joint chief executive with his Hogan counterpart Warren Gorrell until 2014, believes the enlarged partnership will be ready to pitch “more credibly” for the largest slices of legal work around the globe against rivals such as Linklaters, Clifford Chance and Allen & Overy.


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