Hogan Lovells restructures UK operations with 90 roles cut or moved to Johannesburg and Birmingham

Review set to affect 78 business services roles and 12 legal support roles in London

Hogan Lovells is restructuring its UK operations in a move that will see about 90 London roles cut or moved to Johannesburg and Birmingham.

The review will affect about 78 business services roles and 12 legal support positions, which will either be cut or transferred to the firm’s business services centres in Johannesburg and Birmingham, both of which were launched in 2014.

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