Hogan Lovells extends News Corp remit to Euro arm post-merger
Hogan Lovells' London office has won News Corporation as a client as a result of the firm's transatlantic merger, which went live in May 2010. The media conglomerate, which owns The Sun, The Times and News of the World, has had a longstanding relationship with legacy Hogan & Hartson in the US; however, the firm has extended this relationship to Hogan Lovells in Europe since the merger.
Hogan Lovells’ London office has won News Corporation as a client as a result of the firm’s transatlantic merger, which went live in May 2010.
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