Hogan boosts Paris with Winston coup

Hoare, Steve
March 2005
Lawyer;3/7/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p6
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The article reports that Washington D.C. based Hogan & Hartson LLP's Paris office has hired a labour and employment team from the U.S. rival Winston & Strawn. Hogan signalled its intent to beef up its French offering last month when it took corporate partner Jean-Mare Franceschi from Jones Day. It has followed that by recruiting labour and employment partners Dominique Mendy and Thierry Meillat. The duo hopes to bring a team of experienced associates with it, but the makeup of that team has not yet been decided.


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