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Hogan Lovells Adds Three Partners in International Arbitration and Litigation
Business-focused law firm Hogan Lovells announced this week that they have brought in three new partners to expand their international arbitration and litigation practices. The three partners, Oliver Armas, Phoebe A. Wilkinson, and Luis Enrique Graham, all come to Hogan Lovells from law firm Chadbourne & Parke. Armas and Graham will be joining the firm’s international arbitration practice, while Wilkinson will join its litigation practice.
“This team offers strategic experience in international arbitration and products liability for a diverse range of clients,” said Warren Gorrell, Co-CEO of Hogan Lovells. “They are strong complements to our highly regarded global Litigation and Arbitration practice and expand upon the firm’s already established strength resolving complex disputes across the globe.”
Armas was formerly the co-head of the International Arbitration Group at Chadbourne & Parke, where he took on complex domestic and international disputes. He has conducted Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations in almost every country in Latin America. Armas will be joining Hogan Lovell’s New York office.
Graham focused on international arbitration, complex civil and commercial litigation and anticorruption regulations while at Chadbourne & Parke, and will continue to do so for Hogan Lovells. Graham will be resident in Mexico City, with a significant presence in the firms’ New York office.
“We are thrilled to welcome these incredibly talented, seasoned, and well-connected lawyers,” said Daniel Gonzalez, co-head of Hogan Lovells’ International Arbitration practice. “This group is a perfect fit for us and enhances our International Arbitration and Latin American practices while also providing a strengthened focus on life sciences and products liability in New York.”
“Our team is very excited about joining Hogan Lovells. It has true global scale with deep practices; a unique package to offer our clients,” added Armas. “To be presented with the opportunity to further build out the New York international arbitration and commercial litigation teams, and for Luis Enrique and me to join forces with Hogan Lovells’ incredibly strong Latin America team in Miami was ultimately too good a situation to pass up.”
Wilkinson, also joining the New York office, will continue her focus on complex domestic and international disputes with an emphasis on products liability on behalf of pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer appliance manufacturing companies.Hogan Lovells Adds Three Partners in International Arbitration and Litigation by Andrew Ostler