A little more than a month after merger talks were revealed between Hogan & Hartson and British firm Lovells, the two firms have agreed on a new name. Alas, it’s not the Harry Potter-esque Hogells.

Legal Week reports that the two firms have settled on Hogan Lovells. The rebranding will take effect if partners from both firms approve the transatlantic merger of equals as planned by mid-December.

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