The combined Hogan Lovells is set to maintain separate profit pools and accounting years as part of the proposed structure to unite Lovells and Hogan & Hartson.

As partners at Lovells and Hogan met this week to discuss the planned trans-Atlantic merger in depth, more details have emerged of the structure of the deal, which would see the two firms integrate governance and remuneration but maintain separate profit pools.

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