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Energy Team Bolts Hogan Lovells for King & Spalding
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A team of five energy transaction lawyers has left the newly-formed megafirm Hogan Lovells for King & Spalding. Leading the group is partner Garry Pegg, who becomes co-managing partner of King & Spalding’s London office.

Joining Pegg are partner Hywel Jones, counsel Nina Howell and associates Leon Sosnowski and Susanna Marshall. Pegg was the co-chair of the global energy and natural resources practice at Hogan Lovells as well as the London office managing partner of its predecessor firm, Hogan & Hartson.

Jones practices in the corporate and commercial area, with a particular emphasis on the energy and natural resources sector, international project development and finance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and corporate finance.

  
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“This significant addition to our London office and our global energy team is yet another demonstration of our unwavering focus on building in our areas of strength and of our adding new capabilities and the best lawyers in their respective areas of expertise,” said Robert D. Hays, Jr., King & Spalding’s chairman, in a press release.

King & Spalding is an international firm with more than 800 lawyers and offices in Abu Dhabi, Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Dubai, Frankfurt, Geneva, Houston, London, New York, Paris, Riyadh (affiliated office), San Francisco, Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C.

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