Hogan Lovells to shed more than 40 US business services staff after voluntary retirement offer

Firms sees up to 12% take up offer of voluntary retirement as programme closes

Hogan Lovells is set to trim its US business services ranks by more than 40 members of staff, following a voluntary retirement programme.

The programme, which closed last week, saw about 400 US business services staff who had been with the firm for at least five years invited to take voluntary retirement.

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