Hogan Lovells has agreed a formal alliance with Mongolian law firm GTs Advocates, marking the first transatlantic firm to enter the East Asian country. The alliance comes after an existing informal referral relationship between GTs Advocates and the legacy Lovells. The practice will be headed up by Hogan Lovells partner Michael Aldrich, who has relocated to the region. Aldrich has been seconded to GTs since 2009, prior to which he was a partner in Lovells' Beijing office. He will continue his client work in China alongside his role in Mongolia.
Hogan Lovells has agreed a formal alliance with Mongolian law firm GTs Advocates, marking the first transatlantic firm to enter the East Asian country. The alliance comes after an existing informal referral...
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