Hogan Lovells global head of private equity Tom Whelan has resigned from the firm and is set to join McDermott Will & Emery.

Whelan resigned this week, according to two people with knowledge of the move. He is due to join McDermott after seeing out his notice period.

Whelan said in a statement: “I enjoyed my time at Hogan Lovells and I spent 13 terrific years with them. For me this was the right time to move. McDermott has a reputation for doing excellent work, in particular in the global private equity and M&A markets, and providing top-quality client service, which makes them an ideal fit.”

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