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The New Year is traditionally a busy time for lateral hiring, and nowhere has that competition been more intense in recent years than the New York private equity market.

That trend appears to be continuing in early 2019, as Latham & Watkins on Thursday announced it had hired Alexander Johnson, who was the leader of Hogan Lovells’ New York mergers and acquisitions practice. On Wednesday, Sidley Austin said it had brought on John Butler, who was previously a Davis Polk private equity partner in Manhattan. More big name-moves are likely to follow in the coming days.

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