The Am Law 100 2011

The Am Law 100 2011

Side by Side

One year after Hogan and Lovells paired up, the firms are figuring out how to turn two into one.

, The American Lawyer

As Hogan Lovells celebrates its one-year anniversary, we check in on the recently merged firm. How are things going? The definitive answer is years away. Still, co-chief executives J. Warren Gorrell, Jr. (photo, left) and David Harris point to signs that the inaugural year has been a success.

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