Hogan Lovells resets financial reporting in push for closer alignment with US arm

Firm posts financial performance for last eight months of 2016 ahead of reporting shift

Hogan Lovells is changing the way it reports its financial results, in a push to more closely align the firm’s international partnership with its US arm.

In a break from previous reporting, the firm has filed results for its international limited liability partnership (LLP) – the UK-based legacy Lovells partnership, which is financially separate to the firm’s Americas arm – for the eight months to 31 December 2016.

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