Hogan Lovells

Company Profile
Company Profile
Hogan Lovells has made a significant commitment to servicing the legal and business needs of our clients in Asia Pacific for nearly 35 years. They are the eighth largest international law firm in Asia.
They have one of the strongest networks in Asia Pacific, with over 240 lawyers, including over 50 partners, based in their offices in Beijing, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Perth, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo and Ulaanbaatar. In Singapore, they operate as a joint law venture with leading Singapore firm, Lee & Lee. They are the first international law firm with permanent representation in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
They regularly act on complex matters involving their clients’ regulatory affairs, multi-jurisdictional transactions and business ventures as well as some of the most high0profile commercial disputes in the region. Demonstrative of this they received over 30 awards for their work in 2014.
Hogan Lovells in Asia Pacific has significant depth of legal knowledge and resource in many key industry sectors, including, energy, natural resources and infrastructure, industrial manufacturing, life sciences and healthcare, financial services, TMT and real estate.
Project Experience
Central and Eastern Europe
Power and Energy, Highways, Bridges and Tunnels, Rail and Mass Transit, Ports, Terminals and Airports, Water and Waste Management, Smart City, Telecommunications
Central Asia
Power and Energy, Natural Resources (including oil and gas), Highways, Bridges and Tunnels, Rail and Mass Transit, Ports, Terminals and Airports, Water and Waste Management, Smart City, Telecommunications
Southeast Asia
Power and Energy, Highways, Bridges and Tunnels, Rail and Mass Transit, Ports, Terminals and Airports, Water and Waste Management, Smart City, Telecommunications
Mainland China
Power and Energy, Highways, Bridges and Tunnels, Rail and Mass Transit, Ports, Terminals and Airports, Water and Waste Management, Smart City, Telecommunications
Middle East
Power and Energy, Highways, Bridges and Tunnels, Rail and Mass Transit, Ports, Terminals and Airports, Water and Waste Management, Smart City, Telecommunications
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