Baker Botts has recruited Hogan Lovells’ outgoing Brussels managing partner, a well-known antitrust lawyer in the EU, as it sets out ambitious new plans for growth in London.

Matthew Levitt spent almost 25 years at Hogan Lovells, after joining legacy Lovells in 1994 and making partner in 2002. At Baker Botts, he will work with Brussels head Catriona Hatton, who co-chairs the firm’s global antitrust and competition law group. The firm’s Brussels base will now consist of three partners.

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