Hogan Lovells appoints new MP for Beijing office following Jones Day departure
Hogan Lovells has appointed a new managing partner in Beijing following the departure of intellectual property (IP) partner Horace Lam to Jones Day. Lam left Hogan Lovells to join Jones Day on 23 May and has been replaced by corporate partner Jun Wei, a corporate and commercial partner focusing on M&A, private equity and project financing. Wei advises multinational companies and financial institutions on structuring their investments in China and dealing with Chinese regulatory agencies.
Hogan Lovells has appointed a new managing partner in Beijing following the departure of intellectual property (IP) partner Horace Lam to Jones Day.
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