Lovells and Hogan & Hartson partners have begun voting on the transatlantic merger due to take effect in May 2010.

The vote will pave the way for partners at both firms to see a number of changes to their terms, with Lovells partners set to benefit from the removal of a mandatory retirement age, while Hogan partners in the U.S. are expected to formally gain set holiday entitlement.

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